2022, Vol. 9, Issue 1, Part E
Effect of six months vigorous football training on the 30:15 ratio (heart rate response from lying to standing test) of male football playersAuthor(s):
Chander Shekhar Datta, Sanjeev Sakya and Pawan KumarAbstract:
It was hypothesized that “there will be positive effect of vigorous football training on the 30:15 Ratio Heart Rate Response from Lying to Standing Test of male football players, age ranging from 18 to 25 years". Hence, after the pretest the vigorous football training (treatment variables) and post-test after the vigorous football training for six months were conducted to collect the data on selected parasympathetic reactivity variable namely 30:15 ratio (heart rate response from lying to standing) recorded in beats/minute. To test the effect of vigorous training on football layers the test retest design was adopted, for comparison between the data collected at pre-test and post-test, the collected data needed to be described. Hence, the mean and standard deviation (SD) were selected as descriptive statistics. Thereafter the comparison between pre-test and post-test of selected parasympathetic reactivity variables have been done by computing ‛t’ test. The drawn hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance. The samples of the study were 30 (15 pre and 15 post-test). 30:15 ratio was calculated as the ratio between the longest R-R interval at or around the 30th beat and the shortest R-R interval at or around the 15th beat. At post-test, 30:15 ratio (heart rate response from lying to standing) recorded in beats/minute, have 1.48 ± 0.38 as mean and standard deviation. the calculated ‘t’ ratio was 10.95 which was significantly different at 0.5 level with mean difference (MD) 0.11, where the mean value increased from pre-test to post-test.Pages: 263-266 | 173 Views 4 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Chander Shekhar Datta, Sanjeev Sakya, Pawan Kumar. Effect of six months vigorous football training on the 30:15 ratio (heart rate response from lying to standing test) of male football players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(1):263-266.