2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part F
The effect of yogic and physical exercise on aggressive nature of secondary school students
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Savitri S Patil and Dr Rajkumar P Malipatil
Back ground: The Study on Physiological Variables of secondary school students in Vijayapur district of Karnataka State. The purpose of the present study was to find the effect of yogic practice and physical exercises on Aggressive behavior variables of secondary school students. For this purpose 150 students studying in various classes of Nagthan composite junior college Vijayapur in Karnataka students in the age group of 14 to 16 were selected using purpose random techniques. They were divided into three equal group, each group consisted of fifteen subjects, in which group -I underwent yoga practice, group –II underwent training physical exercises and group-III acted as control group who are not allowed to participate in any special training apart from their regular curricular activities. The training period for this study was six days a week for eight weeks. Prior and after the training period, the subjects were tested for Aggressive behavior variable. The Analysis of Covariance (Ancova) was applied to find out which group has better in performance. Whenever, “F” ratio for adjusted test was found to be significant for adjusted post-test means Scheffe‟s test was followed, as a post-hoc test to determine which of the paired mean differ significantly. It was concluded from the results of the study that after yoga practice and Physical Exercises periods, both the training has decrees the aggressive behavior for both the experimental group. But yoga group has noticed less in aggressive nature comparing the physical exercises group. The results of the study also shown that there was a significant difference was found between yoga and Physical exercises the control groups.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Savitri S Patil, Dr Rajkumar P Malipatil. The effect of yogic and physical exercise on aggressive nature of secondary school students. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):306-308.