2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Intensive training effect on reaction time among students of teacher education programme
Author(s): Manu Poswal and Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das
As per the results of earlier research, reaction time of an individual is a valid indicator of any central nervous system. Its an ability to receive and sync movements expressed by the person. This cognitive ability is a key to the athlete in several aspects of everyday living, but significantly not at all limited to taking instant decision in dangerous situations. Exercise is known to increase blood flow in human body and provide oxygen to the muscles and brain. Through intense exercise reaction time of the response of a human body can also be affected because both brain and the muscles are separately correlated with reaction time. To determine this, several research paper have been reviewed and found that intense training does effect on reaction time among students of teacher education program. To do any intensive exercise prior training is must which eventually help in balancing body weight, response or reaction time and the agility of the human body. It is also advisable that establishing exercise regimen in early stage in life and maintaining the same in the later stage in life would definitely improve the reaction time among people, which eventually help body to maintain baseline blood pressure, reaction time and heart rate. Over all, results concluded that intense training among students reduces reaction time i.e. significant improvement in the coordinative ability of the reaction time. Hence, it has been suggested that routine exercise is helpful to people in maintaining their daily reaction time.
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How to cite this article:
Manu Poswal, Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das. Intensive training effect on reaction time among students of teacher education programme. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(2):145-147.