International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
A study on physical fitness and dynamic balance
Author(s): Dr. Pralay Nayek, Debasis Das and Habib SK
According to modern concept play can improve physical and motor fitness and purpose a base for the development of structure of formal education. It is very important to prone games and sports can lead to the mental and intellectual development of the child. Physical fitness and its maintenance throughout the life are very difficult. The great saying of Hons Sheelly “Activity is the biological necessity” is applicable in all sphere of life. Balance is an important ability which is used in our every activity. Such as in walking and standing as well as in most games and sports. The purpose of the study was to observe the relationship between physical fitness and dynamic balance, whether dynamic balance is dependent on physical fitness & whether there is any effect of sex on dynamic balance. Thirty students within the age groups 15 to 16 years were randomly chosen from Satkari Banga Vidyalaya (High) as a subject for the present study. Physical fitness was assessed by measuring junior high school physical fitness test consisted with 4th test items. The Dynamic Balance was measure Standard Dynamic Balance test constructed by Johnson Barry L. and Zeft pitch (1968). Result revealed that Dynamic Balance and physical fitness for boys & girls were inter dependent. Dynamic balance and physical fitness for girls also inter dependent. Dynamic balance related with physical fitness for both boys and girls. Dynamic balance and flexibility inter related. The relationship of Physical fitness and its component with dynamic balance is better for girls thus boys. Girls were better in dynamic balance than boys.
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Dr. Pralay Nayek, Debasis Das and Habib SK. A study on physical fitness and dynamic balance. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(2): 420-422.