EFFECT OF YOGIC PRACTICE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES BETWEEN FOOTBALL AND KHO-KHO PLAYERS
Mr. Ramakant Tripathi, Prof. (Dr.) Srikanta Mishra
Ph.D. Scholar, Fakir Mohan University
Physical culture in India has long been linked to religious traditions. Yogasanas, Suriyanamaskars, Pranayama, and games like football, Kho-Kho, and Atyapatya have all become popular. Football and kho-kho are two of Indiaâ€™s most popular traditional sports. It has not, however, become as popular as other sports, despite the fact that it has paved the road for players at college level to achieve a certain degree of physical fitness. The researcher wants to play this game and see what happens if he combines some technical training, such as aerobic and anaerobic interval training, with some yogic practises. The goal of combining yoga with other training is to see if these yogic practises can help with the Physical exercises in the form of aerobic and anaerobic exercises, as well as yogic practises, have been shown to contribute to the development of physical, physiological, and psychological characteristics in previous studies. There was a lack of research to show whether combining aerobic interval training with yogic practises and anaerobic interval training with yogic practises contributes to the development of selected psychological variables, particularly among kho-kho and football players. The goal of this study was to see how yogic practises, affected selected psychological responses in kho-kho and football players. Ninety kho-kho and football players who had represented their colleges in inter-college competitions were chosen at random as subjects for this study to meet the studyâ€™s goal. The players ranged in age from 18 to 26 years old and came from Baliapal College of Education, Baliapal, Odisha. The kho-kho and football players had identical academic work and regular activities in accordance with their curriculum standards, and they followed a training programme to prepare for inter-college contests.
Keywords: Yogic Practice, Psychological Variables, Anxiety, Aggression, Stress
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2022-03-07