July 2014

ANALYSIS OF PROPULSIVE TASK RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS IN OBESE AND NON OBESE SCHOOL BOYS

The purpose of the study was to compare the propulsive task related physical fitness in obese and non obese school boys. To achieve the purpose 150 school boys from classes 11th and 12th were selected as subjects from JVP International School, Jaipur. The students were divided into ‘obese’ and ‘non obese’ group based on their skin fold measurements. Each group consists of so subjects. The abiility to propel and lift the body mass is called propulsive task related physical fitness.The selected propulsive task related physcial fitness variable were assessed by standing broad jump, 50-yard dash, shuttle run, sit-ups and 600 yards run and walk tests.

EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS RUNNING FARTLEK AND INTERVAL TRAINING ON ENDURANCE AND COORDINATION AMONG MEN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

The aim of this study was to find out the effect of Continuous running Fartlek training and Interval training on Endurance and Coordination among male volleyball players. To achieve the purpose of the study 50 intercollegiate male volleyball players was selected as subject at random from in an around the Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh and their age ranged of the subject is between 18 to 26years.The subject was divided into four groups namely experimental group A, experimental group B, experimental group C and Control group D. Experimental group A underwent to Continuous running training, experimental group B underwent to Fartlek training, experimental group C underwent to Interval training and group D act as a control group they did not participate in any of the training programs other than their regular activities.

EFFECT OF ELASTIC STRENGTH TRAINING ON SELECTED PHYSICAL FITNESS VARIABLES OF CSJM UNIVERSITY KANPUR MEN ATHLETE

The aim of the present study was to find out the effect of elastic strength training on selected physical fitness variables of CSJM university kanpur men athlete. To achieve the purpose of the study, twenty male athlete were selected randomly from Department of Physical Education, CSJM University, Kanpur. The selected subjects were classified into two groups of ten each. Group I underwent six weeks of elastic strength training programme, so as to be an experimental group. Group II acted as control group to find out the influence of elastic strength training programme.

Aug 08th, 2014 | By Dr.Prabhash Chand Puri
Category : Physical Education

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May 2014

EFFECT OF YOGA AND PRANAYAMA ON LIPID PROFILES AND BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL OF SENIOR CITIZEN

The present study was taken during the year 2006-07 at Udaipur (Rajasthan) with an objective to assess the effect of yoga and pranayama on lipid profiles and the blood sugar level of senior citizen. The study concluded that three month training of yoga therapy had positive significant effect on the total cholesterol, low density lipo protein (LDL), High density lipo protein (HDL) and sugar level of senior citizen. The yogic exercise and pranayama reduces the level of total cholesterol, LDL and sugar in the blood and also enhanced the level of HDL in blood.

June 20th, 2014 | By Dr. Hitesh Chandra Rawal
Category : Physical Education

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SANITARY WORKERS FAMILIES FACING PROBLEMS IN SPORTS

Sanitary workers of India, where PRIA is initiating activities for Strengthening Civil Society Voices on Urban Poverty, are no exception to the above situation. Besides the usual problems of sanitary workers like potable water, sewerage facility, land rights, street light, BPL card and voter card, sanitary workers of Patna is facing huge problem related to sanitation facilities. According to the slum dwellers, many people prefer plastic bags, sewerage lines, road sides, railway tracks, nearby forest areas, behind bushes, field, streets or other places for defecation that do not provide adequate privacy, safety, dignity and hygiene.

June 20th, 2014 | By Mr. Vinod Kumar
Category : Physical Education

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KAPALBHATI- A TECHNIQUE OF CLEANSING BODY

Yogic science gives as a importance to certain cleansing processes as it does to asana or pranayama. Without regular cleansing of the structure you will not gain maximum benefits from your practice. Lacking purification of the body one will not be ready for the higher practices of yoga. When the body is free the mind also functions accurately. Body cleansing is gained through the practice the six purificatory techniques.

June 20th, 2014 | By Mr. Anurag Sachan | Dr. Rina
Category : Physical Education

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EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS IN DAILY LIFE

The concept of physical fitness is similarly old as mankind. Throughout the story of mankind, physical fitness has been regarded an essential component of daily life. The ancient people were primarily dependent upon their single intensity, vitality for physical endurance. This engaged mastery of some basic skill like strength, velocity, endurance, agility for running, jumping, mounting and other skills used in hunting for their livelihoods. Over the past four decades, there has been an increment in the occurrence of obese and physical fitness corrosion in adult across all genders, ages and racial/ethnic groups.

June 20th, 2014 | By Dr. Rina | Harpreet Kour
Category : Physical Education

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A STUDY OF EFFECT OF TRAINING PROGRAMME ON BODY MASS INDEX OF ADOLSCENCE

Thirty male students were randomly selected as subjects from the Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan’s Vidyashram school, Jaipur, Rajasthan for this study. They are aged between 13 to 18 years. Control group Pre and Post of Adolescence of Body Mass Index and the t-test was statistically insignificant as the obtained value (0.46) was less than the tabulated value (2.04) required for t-test to be significant at .05 level of confidence. Experimental group Pre & Post of Adolescence of Body Mass Index and the t-test was statistically insignificant as the obtained value (0.41) was less than the tabulated value (2.04) required for t-test to be significant at .05 level of confidence.

PHYSICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILES OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF BASKETBALL PLAYERS

The purpose of the study was to know the physical and physiological profiles of different levels of male basketball players. Ninety male basketball players from different universities those who participate in intercollegiate, interuniversity and inter zonal tournament. Standardized test was applied to measure physical variable i.e. standing height, sitting height, leg length, upper arm length, forearm length, hand length, body composition and physiological variable i.e. resting pulse rate, resting B.P., vital capacity, resting respiratory rate, maximum breath holding time, air flow rate and cardio-vascular efficiency.

RELATIONSHIP OF PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SWIMMERS AUTHOR

This purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship of stress and anxiety on the performance of college male swimmers. The study was conducted on 30 male swimmers belonging to different district who participated in the University of Rajasthan inter-colligate swimming championship which was held at I.C.G. International College for Girls Mansarover, Jaipur. The entire subject gave performance in 50m and 100m free style events. The subjects were selected randomly out 100 male swimmers and age ranged between 16-25 years. Stress was measured by SPSSI (Singh Personal Stress Source Inventory). Anxiety was measured with the help of C.A (Comprehensive Anxiety)

June 20th, 2014 | By Mr. Mukesh Kumar Taker
Category : Physical Education

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THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS TRAINING METHOD ON THE SPEED OF FOOTBALL PALYERS

Sports have become an integral part of society . The Coaches/trainers all over the world are aspiring for better result of their trainees, which can be made possible with effective training methods. The purpose of this study was to compare and find out the effect of various training method on the speed of football players . The study was delimited to 40 male football players of the age group 14 to 21 years from the jaipur football The subjects were divided into two groups each with 20 subjects . Groups were classified under fartlack training and interval training using random method of selection .The data was collected twice before and after the training program . The 50 M .dash was used as tool for measuring the speed.

June 20th, 2014 | By Mr. Mohan Lal
Category : Physical Education

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANTHROPOMETRIC PROFILE AND BODY COMPOSITION OF HANDBALL TRAINEE OF DIFFERENT

Handball is the most popular sport in India and is performed by men, children and adults with different levels of expertise. Handball performance depends upon a multitude of factors such as technical/biomechanical, tactical, mental and physiological. A set of handball players (training) comparing of 50 in number are being trained at a regular interval. 30 out of 50 players who voluntarily agreed to participate in this study have been included. They have been briefed about the study.