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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 2
Survey and impact of physical activities training on body composition and flexibility of tribal schools boys of Villupuram district-Tamil Nadu
Author(s): D Balu and Dr. V Gopinath
Abstract:
To survey the collection of data this study total (N= 960 boys) selected subjects from villupuram District tribal schools. The subjects age ranged between 12 to 15 years. The subjects from the following schools ekalvaa Model Hr. Sec. Residential School (School - I), Villimalai, Danis Mission Hr. Sec. School, Kariyalur (School - II), Govt, Tribal Residential School, Kattaputtur (School - III), Govt. Tribal Residential School, Innadu (School - IV), Govt, Tribal Residential School, Maniyarpalayam (School - V), D.M.P.B. Good Shepherd Hr. Sec. School, Melnelavu (School -VI), Nallameiyappan Hr. Sec. School, Serapattu (School - VII), Intake Metriculation School, Vellimalai (School - VIII). The selected criterion variables body composition assessed with slim glide caplier and flexibility tested with sit and reach test. The collected data were treated with one way ANOVA and hull scale for percentiles. The level of significant fixed at 0.05. The results shows that minimum requirement not attain fitness levels of the tribal school children. Further remedial measures taken 120 subjects were selected. The subjects divided into two equal group. The group-I consist of sixty subjects experimental group they undergone to physical exercises with yogaasanas training up to 12 weeks. The group-II acted as control group. The data were assessed dependent ‘t’ test and analysis of covariance. The level of significant was fixed 0.05.The results of the shows that significant reduction of body composition variables and improvement of flexibility of experimental group. There no significant changes in control group of body composition and flexibility on tribal school children. Further necessary need for curriculum development to include physical exercise programme for the betterment of healthy society of Tamil Nadu.
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How to cite this article:
D Balu, Dr. V Gopinath. Survey and impact of physical activities training on body composition and flexibility of tribal schools boys of Villupuram district-Tamil Nadu. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):836-840.
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