2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Effect of physical fitness training on vital capacity of under 19 age group sportsmen
Author(s): Pawiter Singh
The purpose of the study is to examine the effects of physical fitness programmes that are covered in the academic program of physical education department on the lung function measured through Vital Capacity of u-19 sportsmen. Twenty u-19 sportsmen studying in Govt S.S.S. Gulahar Patiala Punjab (India) had attended the study voluntarily the mean age of these students were 17.5, height were 170.537 cm the weight were 67.755 Kg. The applied training programmed was planned for 7 weeks, 6 days a week and -45 minutes in a day, as the statistical techniques. Mean scores and standard division were take and paired t-test was applied. The significant effects of physical fitness training programmed on vital capacity (t= 4.30, p=<.05) was found in u-19 sportsmen. In the study it was found there is a significant increase in the vital capacity. According to the result, I conclude that physical fitness training programmed in physical education department is academic programmed. It is not only beneficial to increase the lung function and to improve physical fitness of U-19 sportsmen but also to improve the lung functions of players of various sports disciplines and general people
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Pawiter Singh. Effect of physical fitness training on vital capacity of under 19 age group sportsmen. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):596-597.