2021, Vol. 8, Issue 2, Part C
8-Week kapalbhati intervention on differentiation ability of senior cricket playersAuthor(s):
Dr. Ajay Kumar DandotiyaAbstract:
The goal of the research was to determine how Kapalbhati of Yoga affected a cricket player's ability to Differentiation. Differentiation ability was regarded as the dependent variable, while kapalbhati was regarded as the independent variable. The Backward Medicine Ball Throw Test measures Differentiation skills and records results as the ball hit the mat. The study's design was a random group one. Twenty participants each were divided into two groups. These participants gave their free will to the investigation. While the other individuals were retained in the control group (N=20), the subjects who had learned and practised Kapalbhati were kept in the experimental group (N=20). Pre-test and post-test data on Differentiation ability were submitted to the following statistical analysis to determine the treatment's effects on the experimental group. ANCOVA (Analysis of Co-Variance) was used to analyse the pre- and post-test results after two months (eight weeks) of therapy to determine the impact of Kapalbhati on cricket players' Differentiation abilities. Additionally, a graphical presentation was created for quick reference comparison, and mean values for each parameter in relation to the pre- and post-test were highlighted. It was determined that Kapalbhati shouldn’t be included in cricket players' training regimens since it doesn’t helps to improve their ability to Differentiation. Pages: 218-221 | 31 Views 6 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Ajay Kumar Dandotiya. 8-Week kapalbhati intervention on differentiation ability of senior cricket players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(2):218-221.