2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A comparative study of knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of individual games
Author(s): Basanti Bamaniya, Vivek B Sathe and Ajay K Sahani
Knowing the individual games players’ knowledge and practice of Balanced diet helps to improve the nutrition of the society, which will therefore lead to a healthier society, as they will be the main body of future players, coaches, trainers and professionals. Good knowledge and practice of balanced diet have been recognized as important factors in improving the player’s performance and health status. The present study was conducted to a comparative study of knowledge, practice, and balanced diet status of amongst players of selected Individual games. The objective of this study is to compare the knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of selected individual games. N= 250 players of selected Individual games such as Athletics, Badminton, Table-tennis, Tennis and Wrestling players. N= 50 players were selected from each game. Total five Individual games were selected. The age of the players between 18-30 years. The sample size was reached out to maximum athletes/ players of India represented various levels domestically. Data was collected through random sampling method (online mode), descriptive statistics were applied in M.S. Excel. ANOVA test was applied by using the SPSS 21 Version Software. Results: The ANOVA and Descriptive statistics results show that there was no significant difference between knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of individual games.
Pages: 191-193 | 330 Views 5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Basanti Bamaniya, Vivek B Sathe, Ajay K Sahani. A comparative study of knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of individual games. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):191-193.