2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Association between actual and perceived endurance in high school students
Author(s): Rohan D’Costa and Dr. Gajanana Prabhu B
The world is progressing in science, medicine, engineering and other aspects and the progress should not hinder the health aspects of an individual. Health is considered to be an essential component in the wholesome development of an individual in socio-cultural dimensions of life. Health related Physical fitness is used as a way to measure an Individuals fitness. Endurance is the ability to continue with an unpleasant or difficult situation, experience, or activity over a long period of time. Self-body image or self- appearance play a vital role in uplifting our state of physical, mental as well as social health behavior. The purpose of the present investigation was to examine the correlation between actual and perceived endurance in under graduate students. The subjects for the present study were four hundred high school students studying in various schools of Shivamogga district. Beep test was used for measuring the actual endurance capacity of subjects under investigation. Data on perceived endurance of subjects was measured using a five point likert scale. Descriptive statistics including Mean, Standard Deviation and range were calculated in the study. The hypothesis was tested using Paerson product moment correlation coefficient. There is significant weak positive linear relationship between measured and perceived endurance in girl’s section. In boy’s section, it is found that there is significant moderate positive linear relationship between measured and perceived endurance.
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How to cite this article:
Rohan D’Costa and Dr. Gajanana Prabhu B. Association between actual and perceived endurance in high school students. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1644-1646.