Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020
Articles

A STUDY OF SELECTED YOGIC PRACTICES ON KINESTHETIC SENSE AMONG SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN

Neeraj Jain
Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, Lucknow University, Lucknow
Adarsh Raj Singh
Research Scholar, Department of Physical Education, Lucknow University, Lucknow

Published 2020-06-30

Keywords

  • Kinaesthetic,
  • Yogic Practices,
  • Arms Raising Test,
  • Control group

How to Cite

Jain, N., & Singh, A. R. (2020). A STUDY OF SELECTED YOGIC PRACTICES ON KINESTHETIC SENSE AMONG SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN. International Journal of Physical Education, Health & Sports Sciences, 9(1), 87-91. Retrieved from https://pefijournal.org/index.php/ijpehss/article/view/19

Abstract

Sixty male subjects were selected by simple random sampling technique. They were dividing into two groups of 30 each. 30 subjects were categorized as experimental group and another 30 subjects were taken as control group. All the students were in between the age group of 14 to 17 years. The Experimental group went for 3months (5 days in a week) of treatment programme, both pre and post test were made for collection of data. The data collection was made on kinesthetic ability test by Arms Raising Test made by Scott. The collection data from the two groups before and after the experiment was statistically analysed by using T-Test. The result of this study revealed that the experimental group shows significant improvement in kinesthetic sense as compared with control group.

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