The purpose of this study is to recognize, evaluate, compare and develop the level of conditioning-coordinating preparation of students, in the context of realizing the learning process of program elements in practical lessons. This study was attended by 27 students. Participants were selected randomly (of 10 groups having the 2nd Bachelor course two were separated) and were included in this study at their desire. The student group taken in this study would be trained for 8 weeks, according to a defined physical fitness “supplement” program during this period, with the twice-weekly focus on developing plyometric jump and strength exercises for the major muscle groups. , as well as other speed-force coordinate exercises with varying tempo and direction, accompanied by flexion, muscle extension and articulation mobility exercises (stretching). All students included in this study were measured before and after the 8-week training period on the tests: vertical jump, long jump, 20m running, 5x10m running, flexibility, and anthropometric parameters related to these tests. At the end of the training period, the students included in this study had a significant improvement (p <0.05), in the vertical jump with the help of the arms with the hands at the waist by (3.6 ± 0.05cm or 7.4%) and in the vertical jump with the help of the arms (4.8 ± 0.07cm or 8.89%), in the long jump (9.3 ± 1.66 cm or 3.72%), in 20m running (-0.32 ± 0.15sec or 9.6%), in 5x10m running with a change of direction (-0.28 ± 0.35sec or 2.13%), in flexion of front trunk (2.22 ± 2.39cm or 18.7%) as well as back-to-back rotation of the shoulder (6.63 ± 3.39cm or 7.75%).These tests were associated with anthropometric parameters such as, age (22.7 years), weight (75.2 ± 7.5 kg), height (1.82 ± 0.07cm), BMI (22.4 ± 1.39), fitness index (Esslinger) at first assisted measurement of the arms with a second measurement difference of 1.33 ± 0.78 or 1.29% and without the help of arms with a second measurement difference of (1.38 ± 1.02 or 1.56%), which had less significant improvements. The results of this study showed that the effects of the plyometric and strength-velocity training methods, coupled with the methods of developing passive-active flexibility, increased with significant indicators especially on the conditioning-coordination performance skills of the students taken in this study.
Original Research Article
Feb. 3, 2021
Effects of Isolated and Combined Effects of Aerobic Dancing and Resistance Training on Body Composition of Type-2 Diabetic Patients
Dr. Maniazhagu Dharuman
Page Numbers : 15-18
DOI : 10.36348/jaspe.2021.v04i02.002
The objective of the present experimental research was to find the isolated (individual) and combined training effect of aerobic dancing and resistance training on the component of body composition. For this purpose, sixty type-2 diabetic patients from in and around Karaikudi town, Sivaganga District were chosen as subjects. Their age was 40 to 45 years. The chosen patients were divided into four groups, each group consisting of 15 patients. The group-1alloted for aerobic dancing, group-2 allotted for resistance training and group -3 allotted for combined training of aerobic training and resistance training and group-4 served as a control group. The body composition was chosen as a dependent variable and it was measured by BMI observation. It was tested to the patients before and after the 12 weeks of the training intervention. The data of body composition was statistically analyzed with the tool of analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), to find the significant differences among the groups. To find out the significant differences between the groups, the Scheff’s Post Hoc Test was used. The result of the study showed the 12 weeks of isolated (individual) and combined training of aerobic dancing and resistance training have produced significant positive alteration on body composition.
Jan. 23, 2021
The key to Injury Prevention would be Daily Stretching for Muscle Flexibility and Strength
Authors’ and collaborators have continued research concerning stretching, the flexibility of thoracic spine. In this study, author himself continued our stretching protocol for 4 months. The changes were i) the spreading degree of open legs, ii) bridge posture bending the whole body backward, iii) finger floor distance (FFD) with 3 to 18cm. The purpose was self-verification by habituation training, and clinical efficacy was found. For other effects, he has not been injured for the period as soccer player at all, and has felt comfortable operation subjectively. This process will be beneficial for managing various patients and athletes from now.
Original Research Article
Jan. 11, 2021
Effect of Sports Vision Training on Vision Skills and Batting Performance of Male Cricket Players
Dr. Pawan Kumar, Dr. (Mrs.) Vasanthi Kadhiravan
Page Numbers : 1-5
DOI : 10.36348/jaspe.2021.v04i01.001
The purpose of this study was to see the effect of sports vision training on vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players. To achieve the purpose of the study 30 male cricket players from 100 club level male cricket players age ranging between 16 to 25 years, were randomly selected as subjects. The selected 30 male cricketers were undergone the sports vision training for 12 weeks, three days in a week in the morning session for 30 minutes duration. The Pre- test and the Post-test were conducted on the selected vision skills and batting performance variables of the subjects. The criterion measures chosen to test the hypotheses were Paired “t” test. The hypotheses were tested at 0.05 levels of significance. The result revealed that sports vision training showed significant improvement on vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players. Sports vision training is therefore an efficient method of improving certain vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players.
Nov. 30, 2020
Problems of Polish Science A.D. 2020 - Case of Physical Culture Sciences
Wojciech J. Cynarski
Page Numbers : 207-214
DOI : 10.36348/jaspe.2020.v03i11.002
Background: The scientific framework gives us the sociology of science and Polish theory of physical culture. We should see all processes holistically, in dimensions of time, context and becoming. Aim: The author describes and attempts to explain the situation of science in Poland in the “physical culture sciences” A.D. 2020. What are problems, trends, and possibilities? Method: The main methods are: sources analysis, and scientific literature content analysis - a broad discourse. Results and Conclusions: A more holistic, systemic approach resulting from the new paradigm will allow the logical coherence of physical culture sciences to be maintained. Overarching general theory can be the foundation for detailed theories. These sciences, as interdisciplinary, should maintain relative independence or autonomy.
Original Research Article
Nov. 6, 2020
Improved Aerobic Capacity with Progressive Incorporation of Breathing Maneuvers in Yoga Training
Gopinath Bhowmik Bhunia, Dr. Uday Sankar Ray
Page Numbers : 199-206
DOI : 10.36348/jaspe.2020.v03i11.001
The potentiality of yoga to improve V̇O2max is often questioned because of its low exercise stimulus. Considering the positive effects of Yoga Breathing Maneuvers (YBM) on cardio-respiratory systems, its effect on V̇O2max needs to be studied. So, possible role of YBM in improvement in V̇O2max in yoga training was observed.32 healthy male students of 19 to 21 years of age were divided into two equal groups of 16 each. One group (YG) practiced yoga (Yogasanas, YBM and meditation) for 40 minutes every day for 6 days per week for 3 months. YBM were progressively inducted by increasing practice duration throughout training. Other group (CG) did not practice Yoga. Their basal heart rate (HR) and respiratory rate (RR) were recorded in the morning in bed. Predicted V̇O2max was measured on them by Queen’s college step test. HR was recorded before, during and after exercise manually and with Polar sports tester. All the parameters were recorded at baseline, 6th and 12th week end of yoga training.In YG, V̇O2max improved from baseline (47.5±3.7 ml/kg/min) to 6th week (49.4±3.3 ml/kg/min, P<0.001) and 12th week end (53.03±3.3ml/kg/min, P<0.0001). YG showed significant reduction in basal RR, HR and resting HR at 6th and 12th week end compared to their respective base line values. CG did not show such changes. V̇O2max was correlated to basal RR(r= – 0.463, p=0.0009), HR (r= -0.235, p=0.107) and resting HR (r= -0.414, p=0.003). YBM facilitated the improvement in V̇O2max possibly by its effects on cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Original Research Article
Oct. 16, 2020
Physiological and Anthropometric Characteristics of Amateur Women in the Kenya Rugby Union
Anthony Muchiri Wangui, Edwin Kadima Wamukoya, Micky Oloo Olutende