International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Dissect the acute effect of aerobic dance on cardiovascular endurance among young women
Author(s): Renjith TA and Dr. Kishor Kumar BS
The objective of this research was to dissect the acute effect of aerobic dance on cardiovascular Endurance among Young Women. Forty (N =40) women students aged between 19 to 23 randomly selected from Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies Kochi as the subjects of this study. The subjects were divided into two groups of experimental (EXP) or a control (CON) group of twenty each (n=20). Experimental group underwent Aerobic dance training program. The duration of the training period is restricted to 12 week and the number of sessions per week will be confined to 4. Control group did not take part in any kind of the treatment stimuli. Pre test and post test were done before and after the training period. Cardiovascular Endurance was the criterion variable. It was measured by Tuttle pulse ratio test methods. Data were analyzed by using the statistical package program. Descriptive statistics were used to determine the mean, standard deviation values of the groups. “Paired t-test” were used for comparisons. Results were evaluated according to significances level of “0.05“.The results of the study showed that there were significant improvements in Cardiovascular Endurance due to the twelve week Aerobic Dance training applied to young women. It is recommended to increase the objectivity by considering these issues in future researches.
Pages: 736-738 | 13 Views 4 Downloads
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Renjith TA, Dr. Kishor Kumar BS. Dissect the acute effect of aerobic dance on cardiovascular endurance among young women. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):736-738.