2017, Vol. 2, Issue 1
Effect of an hour physical activity and koga on HDL LDL and total cholesterol among children
Author(s): Ajayaghosh MV and Dr. V Mahadevan
Physical activity, this is an important thing for humans. It helps them to run a healthy life. But, the current generation following a sedentary lifestyle. It leads to lifestyle diseases in our children. The aim of this study was to discover the effect of an hour Physical activity and Koga on HDL, LDL, and Total Cholesterol among students. To accomplish the aim of the study, eighty children had been chosen randomly from Chennai. The subjects' age ranged from 15 to 17 years. They divided as four equal groups consist of 20 participants each. Group-I had given an hour of selected physical exercise training, Group-II had given Koga Training, and Group-III had given combined training, and Group-IV was control which had not received any special pieces of exercise apart from the regular activities. The combined physical training and Koga training selected as independent variables. HDL, LDL, and Total Cholesterol have chosen as dependent variables, and all dependent variables measured by standardized test item as lipid profile test. Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) would be applied to find out the significant mean differences. In all the cases, the 0.05 level of confidence has fixed to test the hypothesis. The results of the study exposed that the experimental groups had finished a significant difference in all the selected variables such as HDL, LDL, and Total Cholesterol to compare the control group. Hence it was concluded that an hour Physical activity and Koga enhanced HDL and decreased LDL and Total Cholesterol among children.
Pages: 447-450 | 781 Views 284 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ajayaghosh MV, Dr. V Mahadevan. Effect of an hour physical activity and koga on HDL LDL and total cholesterol among children. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(1):447-450.