2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Invigorating self-efficacy in adolescent female through selected mixed martial art practices
Author(s): Aruna Rani, Dr. Satpal Kaur and Dr. Neelam K Sharma
The study was focused on psychological strengthening of adolescent female through mixed martial arts activities. Thus, to serve the purpose effect of mixed martial arts activities was assessed on self-efficacy variable of adolescent female. A sample comprising sixty (N=60) adolescent female volunteers with age range from 13-17 years were selected with purposive random sampling from LSD Senior Secondary School, Hoshiarpur, Punjab. For the collection of data randomly selected sample was divided into two groups namely treatment group comprises of thirty female (N=30) and control group thirty (N=30). The treatment groups had gone through one-hour self-defense programme three days a week for twelve weeks whereas, controlled group was not given any of the training. Self-efficacy Scale by Dr. Arun Kumar Singh and Dr. Shruti Narrain (2014) was used to assess self-efficacy of the female volunteers chosen for this study. Paired t’ test was applied to statistically analyze the collected data. Obtained result depicted a significant improvement in self efficacy of adolescent female. It was concluded that mixed martial art activities prove to be beneficial for improving the self-efficacy of adolescent female.
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How to cite this article:
Aruna Rani, Dr. Satpal Kaur, Dr. Neelam K Sharma. Invigorating self-efficacy in adolescent female through selected mixed martial art practices. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):540-542.