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Effects of Yogic Practices on Physical and Physiological, Performance Related Variables of Male Handball Players | Original Article

Jose Baby*, A. M. Moorthy, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports

ABSTRACT:

Handball includes steady tossing of ball into the objective post and requires constant adjustments to changing circumstances by the group in general also by the individual players. Forty men intercollegiate handball players (18 to 25 years) of Koviloor Andavar school of Physical Education and sports science, Koviloor, Karaikudi were chosen as subjects for the examination. In view of abnormal state execution, accessibility of hardware, achievability part of estimation, distinctive factors, for example, physical factors like adaptability and cardio respiratory frameworks physiology factors to be specific pulse, systolic circulatory strain and diastolic circulatory strain were picked. Our outcome demonstrates that the preparation impacts of yogic practices applied critical impact over the physical, physiological, and execution related factors of male Handballers. It emphatically upgrades adaptability, cardio respiratory perseverance, handball passes and shooting scores. Furthermore, yoga rehearses decreased pulse just as systolic and diastolic circulatory strain. In general, these discoveries demonstrate that ordinary yoga rehearses fundamentally improved execution of players. Accordingly this examination gives knowledge to the execution of compelling yoga rehearses for better games exhibitions.