2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effect of yoga training and physical training protocol on erythrocytes count of under-graduate male students
Author(s): Harneet Singh and Dr. Jagdish Singh
The purpose of current study was to examine the effect of yoga training and physical training protocol on erythrocytes count of Under-Graduate male students. To attain this purpose total forty-five (N=45) male students between age group of 17- 21 years (Mean ± SD: age 19.26 ± 1.15years,) from Punjab were selected as subjects. Pre-test post – test randomized group design was used as experimental design in which total forty-five male students were divided into three groups of fifteen each as randomly. No attempt was made to equate the groups in any manner. Group - A (N1=15) yoga training group, Group-B (N2=15) physical training group underwent twelve – week training program and Group-C (N3=15) acted as Control group, who did not participate in any special training apart from the regular day to day activities. After the collection of pertinent data, to know the effect of twelve - week yoga training and physical training protocol on erythrocytes count of male students, to identify any significant differences between the pre-tests and post-tests means values of all the groups for the dependent variables paired t-test was employed with the help of Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) 16.0. The level of significance was set at 0.05 percent. The result was confirmed that, after the participated in twelve – weeks yoga and physical training protocol the erythrocytes counts were increased significantly among under-graduate male students by the pre and post-test mean values and no significant difference was invent in mean values of pre and post-test of erythrocytes counts in control group.
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Harneet Singh and Dr. Jagdish Singh. Effect of yoga training and physical training protocol on erythrocytes count of under-graduate male students. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 149-150.