2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effect of guided music relaxation training on the shooting performance of district level school going children
Author(s): Rakesh Datta and Dr. Jogiswar Goswami
The current research work has been undertaken by the researcher to know the effects of guided music relaxation training on the shooting performance of district level school going children. The age of the participants who were selected for the experiments was 13±2 years. A total of 30 children were randomly selected and allocated to the experimental and control groups. The pre data from the participants was collected in advance prior to the training given. The parent consent was obtained. The training program included listening to meditative music at slow puce and volume for 20 minutes. For 3 days a week. The training program was carried out for 12 weeks. The results of the study are based on the analysis of covariance. All the assumptions which need to be fulfilled before employing this technique were fulfilled and tested in advance. Based on the results of the study the researcher has concluded that guided music relaxation technique has a positive impact on the shooting performance.
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Rakesh Datta, Dr. Jogiswar Goswami. Effect of guided music relaxation training on the shooting performance of district level school going children. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):1754-1757.