REVIEW ARTICLE | Sept. 7, 2021
A Study of Effects of Exercise on Physical Fitness Components and Psychological Variables among Physical Education Students in Different Games
Aftab Ahmad Jan, Sabzar Ahmad Lone
Page no 198-201
The Man Objective of the Present Study Was to Know the Reaction of Frustration among the Physical Education Student and their Physical Fitness Scores who were selected for this Training for Random sampling. For this purpose of study 200 physical education students were selected in different indoor and outdoor games. Sample were taken from different academic colleges and training centres in bandipora Kashmir. Total 200 subjects were selected (50 in volleyball 50 in boxing 50 in Athletics 50 in football ) those having minimum 2 years’ experience at district level zone leveling their respective sports. Age group was 18 to 26 years male only. The motive of this study was to know the reaction of frustration among the physical education students and their physical fitness scores. Reaction of frustration scale (RFS) constructed and standardized by Dr D.M Dixit and DR D.N Srivastava (2004) was being implemented. The finding revealed that there was significant main effect for the method /technique of relaxation used on level of frustration .Multiple comparison was being done further in which the Hatha yoga/fasting group was found to have significant lower level of frustration and P>0.1 on aggression ,fixation ,and regression .
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Sept. 26, 2021
An Enquiry of Physical and Mental Skills between Indian and Foreign Soccer Players
Dr. Shantanu Halder, Prof. (Dr.) Gopal Chandra Saha
Page no 202-207
Objective: The aim of this study is to compare the physical and mental abilities between Indian and foreign soccer players. Methods: As for the study methodology, 90 male soccer players were recruited for this study, 30 of them were from India and 60 were from foreign countries. Only defensive and attacking positional Soccer players were selected for this study. All Indian soccer players who have participated only for the national soccer team and who have their own FIFA (Federation International Football Association) rankings were only selected for the study. Foreign soccer players who were selected for the study were from different countries and who also have their own FIFA (Federation International Football Association) rankings. Results: Two soccer performance factors namely physical and mental Skills were considered for this study. Mental skills were measured with the help of aggression response; assist position, interception, vision and composer skills whereas Physical skills were measured with the help of acceleration, stamina, strength, balance, sprint speed, agility and jumping skills. Secondary data has been used for this study. The Student’t’ test statistics was applied to check the existence of significant differences between Indian and Foreign male soccer players. Conclusion: In conclusion, significant differences were observed across all physical and mental abilities in favour of foreign soccer players.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Sept. 30, 2021
Factors Inhibiting Sport Participation in Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria
Page no 208-211
The study examines the factors inhibiting sport performance in Adekunle Ajasin university, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo state Nigeria. A total of two hundred students were selected from four Faculties in the University, Faculties of Education, Law, Science and Agricultural Science. The Faculties where selected using fish bowl without replacement. Questionnaire was used as a tool for data collection. The data were analysed; the results revealed that Availability of standard facilities, and Parental influence, was an inhibiting factor in participating in sport among Adekunle Ajasin University student.