2022, Vol. 9, Issue 6, Part F
Influence of short-term combined specific task hatha yoga and corporeal exercise on physiological variables of working womenAuthor(s):
K Yogapriya and Dr. R AnnaduraiAbstract:
This study will be useful to identify the desirable changes in select issues consisting of corporeal and functional components of working women due to a combination of Hatha yoga training and physical exercise. The subjects selected for this study were working women who were studying in zones in Coimbatore district, Tamil Nadu. A total of eighty (N=80) working women were selected for the systematic sample used. The subjects ranged from 25 to 30 years. In this design, subjects are assigned to the experimental and control group’s systematic sample and are given a pre-test on the dependent variables for 80 working women’s and divided into four equal groups of twenty each. Group I underwent Hatha yoga training group (HYTG), Group II underwent physical exercise (PEG), Group III underwent combined Hatha yoga training with physical exercise (CHYPEG) and IV-underwent control group (CG). The training session was conducted three days a week over a period of twelve weeks. The data will be taken for both groups before and after the experimental period of twelve weeks. The results of comparative effects lead to conclude that combined Hatha yoga training with physical exercise and physical exercise training group has significant improvement in physiological variables. Pages: 421-423 | 86 Views 34 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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K Yogapriya, Dr. R Annadurai. Influence of short-term combined specific task hatha yoga and corporeal exercise on physiological variables of working women. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(6):421-423.