2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effect of tabata training on selected physical and physiological variables of school level Kabaddi players
Author(s): Dr. G Balasundar, Dr. A Sankar and K Vellimalai
Man is being known as bracket together in tending maneuver living things. He’s respond to his atmosphere by possessing capability want throw physical movement. Throughout movement he’s rely upon his skeletal muscle, his nervous systems, his vascular system and lots of different a part of the body. All parts of his body area unit item dependent upon movement for his or her continuing vigor, health and development. Physical activity is one amongst varied factors that influence the expansion and developments by children’s and adolescents. It’s of the utmost important to understand the physiological mechanism that sustains act because the, basic of everyone response to exercises. Within the course of work up variety of co-ordinates and counteractive changes manifest itself throughout the body. It’s the overall agreement that endurance advantages to health in respect of fascinating body compositions need the incorporation of habituate physical activity from bracket together in tending maneuver early age. The purpose of the study was to investigate effect of tabata training on selected physical and physiological variables of school level Kabaddi players. A total of sixty 60(N-60) school students aged between 14 and 17 years were selected from D.G Higher Secondary School, Seeliyer and SRSI Higher Secondary School, Karamadai. The subjects were divided into two groups such as experimental and control group. The experimental group was asked to take part in tabata training for six weeks. After consulting experts in the field and also going through the available literature on the subject the following physical and physiological variables were selected for this study. Such as endurance, agility and physiological variable Breath holding capacity. The analysis of data revealed that the training programmer showed significant changes in some selected variables in endurance, agility and Breath holding capacity due to six weeks of training programmer for tabata training.
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Dr. G Balasundar, Dr. A Sankar and K Vellimalai. Effect of tabata training on selected physical and physiological variables of school level Kabaddi players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 993-995.