2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part C
A comparative study of knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of team game and individual game
AUTHOR(S): Basanti Bamaniya, Vivek B Sathe and Ajay Kumar Sahani
A balanced diet knowledge and practice are two different sides of the same coin and also equally important either way whether to initiate or to spread the awareness.
Aim: This study was attempted to determine the knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of team games and individual games. N= 500 players of team games and individual games. 250 players from team games such as Cricket, Kho-kho, Kabaddi, Basketball and Hockey players and 250 players from individual games such as Athletics, Badminton, Table-tennis, Tennis and Wrestling players. N= 50 players were selected from each game. Researcher was taken total ten games as the age of the players between 18-30 years. The sample size was reached out to the maximum team game and individual games players of India represented various levels domestically. Methodology 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 of this paper, Knowledge of balanced diet the ANOVA and Descriptive statistics results show that there was no significant difference among team game and individual game players. The practice of balanced diet the ANOVA and Descriptive statistics results shows that there was a significant difference among team game players and there was no significant difference among practice of balanced diet of individual game players.
Pages: 120-124 | 414 Views 9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Basanti Bamaniya, Vivek B Sathe, Ajay Kumar Sahani. A comparative study of knowledge and practice of balanced diet among players of team game and individual game. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):120-124.