2023, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Part B
Effect of autogenic training on anxiety among university soccer playersAuthor(s):
Dr. Babasab Ramachandra Tole and Virendra SinghAbstract:
The goal of the study was to determine how well autogenic training may reduce anxiety in soccer players. The Sports Anxiety Scale-2 (SAS-2) with three dimensions, including somatic, worry, and concentration disruption, was developed by Ronald E. Smith, Frank L. Smoll, Sean P. Cumming, and Joel R. Grossbard in 2006. Measurements of anxiety of all soccer players were taken before and after the 4-week experimental period in Karwar. The study included a total of 26 soccer players from Karwar who were separated into the Control and Experimental groups, with each group consisting of 13 players ranging in age from 17 to 24. Throughout the course of a four-week programme, three sessions of autogenic training were given to the male football players. The football players' autogenic training paid off, as was obvious. At the 0.05 level of significance, a significant effect was discovered in the experimental group for the soccer players' somatic, worry, and concentration disruption scale dimensions.Pages: 83-84 | 210 Views 131 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Babasab Ramachandra Tole, Virendra Singh. Effect of autogenic training on anxiety among university soccer players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(2):83-84.