A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMES ON HEALTH RELATED FITNESS VARIABLES.

Zahoor ilahey

Abstract


Aim: The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of physical education programmes on selected health related fitness Variable of the Ishwar Deshmukh colee of Physical Education students. Methods: Thirty students from BPED were taken as a subject for this study. The age ranging between 18 to 28 years. Selected health related components (Flexibility, Muscular strength, Muscular Endurance) of BPED students, were selected for this study. And delimited to experimental period of 6 weeks and health related programme had been 6 days in a weeks exception of holidays. The data were collected before and after the 6 weeks of training programme. Statistic: The mean value of pre-test and post- test of 800mts running (boys) is 2.92 and 2.82 respectively. Standard Deviation value of pre-test and post-test is 0.43 and 0.36 respectively. Value of ‘t’ ratio is 0.71, this value of 800mts running of boys is not significant at 0.05 level. To be significant at 0.05 level,the value of ‘t’ ratio should be greater than or equal to 2.05. Result: There was no significant difference of pre-test and post-test of   various fitness variables like 800mts Running, Sit and Reach, Sit-ups and Pull-ups of Boys and Girls of BPED students of I.D.C.P.E College.There was only one significant difference in girls fitness Flexed Arm-Hang. The hypothesis of this test is accepted and the value of this test is significant at 0.05 level. Conclusion: There was no significant difference of pre-test and post-test of  various fitness variables like 800mts Running, Sit and Reach, Sit-ups and Pull-ups of Boys and Girls of BPED students of I.D.C.P.E College. The above result help to conclude that health related exercise for the period of sex weeks was effective to improve the health related variable of college students.


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health fitness and variables.

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