2017, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Part B
Effectiveness of clinician Programmes among obese females for chest circumference reduction: A comparison
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Gauri Chakraborty
Purpose of the study was to compare the effectiveness of clinician programme between obese females for chest circumference reduction. Thirty obese female clients from reputed age ranging from 30 years to 40 years (35 years average age) were randomly selected as the subjects for the present study and selected subjects age ranging from 30 years to 40 (average age = 35 years). One way Anova was used to analyze the collected data for the comparison of the effectiveness of three treatment i.e., electronic muscular stimulation programme, massage application programme and exercise programme for the reduction of chest circumference among adults obese females at the level of significance 0.05. The results of electronic machine stimulation treatment, body massage treatment, and exercise treatment for 12 weeks were found insignificant among selected adult obese females on the reduction of their chest circumference. On the basis of the results and findings it was concluded that 45 minutes (twice in a week) of electronic machine stimulation and same in body massage treatment alone and 45 minutes (four times a week) exercise treatment were not sufficient volume per week to bring the changes in targeted body site i.e., chest circumference in obese females.
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Dr. Gauri Chakraborty. Effectiveness of clinician Programmes among obese females for chest circumference reduction: A comparison. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2017;2(1):126-128.