2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Effect of yogasana Pilates and calisthenics training on selected biochemical and morphological variables among metabolic syndrome diagnosed women
Author(s): Subitha Mathew and Dr. V Mahadevan
This research aims to assess the effect of Yogasana Pilates and Calisthenics Training on Selected Biochemical and Morphological Variables among Metabolic Syndrome Diagnosed Women. To achieve the purpose of the current study sixty women who were diagnosed metabolic syndrome age ranged from 30 to 40 years old randomly selected from Chennai Metropolitan city (Housing Board Communities). They were randomly divided and employed into four equal groups, consist of 15 members each. Group-I had given yoga practice, Group-II had given Pilates training, Group-III had given calisthenics training and Group-III was control which had not received any unique pieces of exercise apart from the regular activities. The Yogasana, Pilates and calisthenics training has selected as the independent variable. Total cholesterol and body weight have chosen as dependent variables, and all dependent variables measured by standardized test items as blood test and digital weighing machine. Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to find out the significant mean differences. In all the cases, the 0.05 level of significance has fixed to test the Alpha level. The results of the study exposed that the experimental groups had finished a significant difference in all the selected variables such as total cholesterol and body weight to compare the control group. Hence it was concluded that Yogasana, Pilates and calisthenics training reduced total cholesterol and body weight among the participants.
Pages: 201-203 | 561 Views 17 Downloads
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Subitha Mathew, Dr. V Mahadevan. Effect of yogasana Pilates and calisthenics training on selected biochemical and morphological variables among metabolic syndrome diagnosed women. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):201-203.