Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020
Articles

YOGA PRACTICE ENGAGE YOUNG MINDS THROUGH FUSING ARE BETTER OFF AND TEND TO BE MORE FRUITFUL IN SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

ARUN S.V
Director of Physical Education & Sports, C. Kandaswami Naidu College for Men, Tamil Nadu 600102, India

Published 2020-06-30

Keywords

  • Psychology,
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Fusion,
  • Positive Mental Health,
  • Non- Ego Direction,
  • Sports Achievement
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How to Cite

S.V, A. . (2020). YOGA PRACTICE ENGAGE YOUNG MINDS THROUGH FUSING ARE BETTER OFF AND TEND TO BE MORE FRUITFUL IN SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS. International Journal of Physical Education, Health & Sports Sciences, 9(1), 54-56. Retrieved from https://pefijournal.org/index.php/ijpehss/article/view/10

Abstract

The aim of the present study was ‘Yoga practice engage young minds through fusing are better off and tend to be more fruitful in sports achievements’Psychology and Psychoanalysis deal with mind and behaviour. This enabled many expert to deal with the person in a more total manner. Yoga deals with non-ego direction and so is very useful to live better off and successful. The practice of asanas and pranayama engage young minds through fusion is one of the best preparation for balanced, calmer and more able to face his problems. To conduct the study 100 inter collegiate male sports person (average age of 21-26) was selected as subjects. 50 male sports person from experimental group took part in 8 weeks yoga and pranayama programme while subjects of control group did not take part. To assess the positive mental health three dimensional inventory positive mental health prepared by Agashe and Helode (2007) was used as psychological instrument to collect the data. The analysis of data reveal that male sports person of experimental group showed significantly magnitude of positive mental health as compared to control group. It was concluded that high degree of mental association and incorporation which is related with positive mental health fixes sporting achievements.

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