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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 12, Part C (2016)

The psychological variables among university level women hockey and volleyball players: A brief study

Dr. Rajbala
A brief study is done through research work to compare the selected psychological variables among university women hockey and volleyball players. The subject was taken through random selection and sixty university level players in two random selection thirty each in hockey, and volleyball were taken for this purpose. It was presumed hypothetically that then would be a significant difference in forced vital capacity and blood sugar among the players. Pre and post data was collected for the study. The volleyball players had high volume of forced vital capacity then the hockey players. But as a result we do find that there was no significant difference found in blood sugar among the players of Hockey and Volleyball.
Today, the scientific study of exercise psychology is becoming increasingly with the growing realization of the relation of exercise to health. The field and laboratory observation of exercise in human subjects a being supplements with psychology, biochemical and hematology studies on laboratory animals. The purpose of a study is also very clean and it is to highlight the advance training programme which may lead to improve the performance is sports. Today we are and clearly notice that only hard work is not necessary to get and win medals rather of we wish to come off with flying colours at National and International levels, we need to work more intently our psychology of the player and our study becomes more important when we concentrate over women player.
Pages: 190-191  |  538 Views  11 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Rajbala. The psychological variables among university level women hockey and volleyball players: A brief study. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(12): 190-191.
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