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Influence of different scientific training on physiological Variables of working middle aged women

Author: 
Dhivyalaxmi, S. and Dr. Murugavel, K.
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

The purpose of this investigation was to determine the influence of different scientific training on physiological variables such as Maximum Oxygen Consumption (Vo2 max) and resting pulse rate of working middle aged women. To achieve the purpose of the study ninety middle aged women were chosen at random from Vethathri Maharishi Trust in Sirumugai. Their age ranged from thirty five to fifty years. They were randomly divided into three equal groups of thirty each; Group I underwent asanas with pranayama practice and group II underwent asanas, pranayama with core training and group III acted as control group. The control group maintained their daily routine activities and no special training was given to them. Training was performed six days per week for 12 weeks. Selected physiological variables such as Maximum Oxygen Consumption (Vo2 max) and resting pulse rate were assessed before and after the 12 weeks of training by astrand nomogram and heart rate monitor respectively. The collected data were statistically analyzed with‘t’ test to find out the significant improvement between pre and post test of each variable. Analysis of co-variance was applied to find out the significant differences, if any among the group. A significant level of p=<0.05 was considered statistically significant for this analysis. Scheffe’s post hoc test was used to find out the paired mean significance difference. The result revealed that the twelve weeks of asanas with pranayama practice and asanas, pranayama with core training significantly improved the vo2 max and reduced the resting pulse rate of middle aged women. Asanas pranayama with core training group significantly produced better results than asanas with pranayama practice.

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