2017, Vol. 2, Issue 1
Effect of six weeks training of balancing yogic asanas on Sai football skills test of male players
Author(s): Sarfraj Alam and Mo. Sameer Khan
Introduction: The physical fitness is the sum total of five motor abilities namely strength, Speed, endurance, flexibility and co-ordination abilities. These five motor abilities and their complex forms (e.g. strength, endurance, explosive strength endurance, explosive strength etc) are the basic pre requesting for human motor action. Objective of the study: 1) To know the effect of balancing yogic asana training on selected SAI football skills test of male players. 2) To compare the experimental and control group in relations to selected SAI football skills test of male players. Materials and Methods: 60 football male players who participated at intercollegiate level will be randomly select as subjects for this study. They will be dividing in two groups of 30 subjects each. One group will act as control group named B. The other group name group A. group A will act as experimental group. Age of the subjects will range from 19-25years. Result: The calculated “t” value for 30 Mts. Running with the ball (8.21), Kicking Accuracy (10.32) and Juggling (16.76) from experimental group are found higher significant. The calculated “t” value for 30 Mts. Running with the ball (-3.41) from control group is found insignificant. Kicking Accuracy (5.88) and Juggling (4.18) was found significant. Conclusion: 1) The experimental group trained by yogic asanas showed significant improvement in the 30 meters running with the ball, kicking accuracy and juggling. 2) Control group showed no significant difference in 30 meters running with the ball, kicking accuracy and juggling.
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Sarfraj Alam, Mo. Sameer Khan. Effect of six weeks training of balancing yogic asanas on Sai football skills test of male players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(1):81-83.