2023, Vol. 8 Issue 2, Part B
Effects of fast suryanamaskar on co-ordination among state level male football players
AUTHOR(S): Shamulailatpam Premananda Sharma and Thingnam Nandalal Singh
The present study aimed to investigate the “Effects of fast suryanamaskar on co-ordination among state level male football players”. The subjects’ sample consists of forty-five (N=30) state level male football players ranging between 18-25 years of age were selected randomly. The subjects were divided into two groups namely: Experimental Group (15 subjects in total) and Control Group (15 subjects). Experimental Group-I (N=15) was given fast suryanamaskar training, and Group-II (N=15) was chosen as control group. Initial (pre-test), and final (post-test) scores in the criterion was collected through the administration of Eye-Foot Co-ordination Test. The obtained data were computed using IBM SPSS computer software version 20. The level of significance was set at .05. To study the different training method’s effect on selected dependent variable, the pre-test and post-test means were compared by applying the paired sample ‘t’ test. 12 weeks of fast suryanamaskar training showed significance effect on the variable of co-ordination among state level male football players.
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Shamulailatpam Premananda Sharma, Thingnam Nandalal Singh. Effects of fast suryanamaskar on co-ordination among state level male football players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2023;8(2):122-123.