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A comparitive study of selected cardiac parameters between trained and untrained basketball players

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Dr.Vishaw Gaurav, Sandeep, Mukhwinder Singh and Pankaj Bhanot
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Abstract: 

The purpose of this study to compare the selected cardiac parameters between trained and untrained basketball players. For the purpose of the study forty (N=40) male basketball players were selected as subjects from colleges affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar. The selected subjects were categorized on the basis of training status (trained: N1=20, mean age is 21.15 ± 2.28 years; the mean height is 180.04 ± 10.62 cm; the mean weight is 71.00 ± 11.14 kg and mean BMI is 21.75 ± 2.36 and untrained: N2=20, mean age is 21.15 ± 2.28years; the mean height is 177.40 ± 10.61 cm; the mean weight is 67.00 ± 11.14kg and the mean BMI is 21.22 ± 2.44). All the participants were assessed for height, weight and selected cardiac variables. The independent samples t-test was applied to assess the differences between trained and untrained basketball players. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The results of present study revealed There was slight increase in resting heart rate in untrained basketball players as compared to trained basketball players but not statistically significant There was statistically significant decrease in systolic blood pressure (p˂ 0.05) and diastolic blood pressure (p˂ 0.05) in trained basketball players as compared to untrained basketball players.

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