International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2017, Vol. 2 Issue 2, Part A
Analysis of physical fitness and academic status on government school student of Nilgiris district
AUTHOR(S): G. Nithya and Dr. P. Anbalagan
The main objective of this study was to investigate the Analysis of physical fitness and academic status on Government School Student of Nilgiris District. For this purpose data was collected from 20 students (10 boys and 10girls) English and Tamil medium. Age range is between 11-13 years old during 2015-2016 school years by using the Physical Fitness and Academic Status. The training schedules were for twelve weeks for Physical fitness exercise and it was arranged between the quarterly and half yearly examination. The intensity for exercise were low to moderate for three days per week (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ) after their regular classes for experimental group. Data was analysed using computerized statistical package software (SPSS) t- test and correlation was used to analyse the data. The physical fitness and academic results showed that experimental group was greatly improved from first to half year examination. But control groups decreased the mean value of marks from quarterly to half yearly Examination. As exhibited in the result the correlation co- efficient of experimental group on muscular strength and flexibility showed moderate significant positive correlation with academic performance. On the other hand body composition had moderate significant negative correlation. With the exception of the cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance result showed very high significant positive correlation with academic performance among the experimental group. This study prove that there is a significant relationship between physical fitness and academic status.
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G. Nithya, Dr. P. Anbalagan. Analysis of physical fitness and academic status on government school student of Nilgiris district. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2017;2(2):15-17.