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International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

Impact Factor: RJIF 5.43

ISSN: 2456-0057

International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Effect of vascular occlusion training on muscles among the students of Chandigarh
Author(s): Karan Pal Vishnoi and Sushil Kalta
Abstract:
This study will be helpful for the youth as they are more inclined towards harmful drugs and steroids to increase their Muscle Strength. The Vascular Occlusion Training can not only help them in increasing their Muscle Size, but also it can be a new stimulus, especially in lagging Muscles. Generally lagging Muscles have restricted Blood Flow, which limits their growth potential. Blood flow to a Muscle is also a key for quicker recovery. By flooding the lagging muscle with higher than normal levels of blood and growth hormones (GH) their growth potential increases. The design of the study was an action research intended to solve the problem faced by students of the Post Graduate Government College, Sector -11, Chandigarh. In this research, experimental method was adopted. Further the true experimental design having pre and post randomized Control Group was employed in the study. There were two Experimental Groups and a Control Group of 9 subjects in each group. The Experimental Group 1 - Vascular Occlusion Training, the Experimental Group 2 - High Intensity Group was given Vascular Occlusion Training for four weeks and the control group was providing light weight training without any Occlusion. This training was given in temperature of 24 0C to 28 0C . A training session were of 45 minutes duration and done five days in a week. Vascular Occlusion Training (VOT) can become a better option in the future to improve fitness component i.e. Muscular Strength.
Pages: 1541-1544  |  260 Views  7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Karan Pal Vishnoi, Sushil Kalta. Effect of vascular occlusion training on muscles among the students of Chandigarh. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):1541-1544.
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