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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 5, Part D (2016)

Effect of yogic asanas on mood states of female hockey players

Author(s)
Sunil Kumar Joshi
Abstract
The opinion of many world class sports persons, it is found that the practice of yoga them to achieve greater skills in their sport. This is because yoga not only works on the physical level but also has benefits for the mental, emotional and energy levels. Yoga enables them to realize that how to control on emotions and perform better in sports because emotional factor is very important in any event or sports. Emotions are governed by the working of autonomic nervous system, which brings the emotional disturbances down yogic exercises as groups play a significant role in training the autonomic nervous system. The present study investigate, 30 hockey players studying in the bhagat sing stadium, Sirsa selected as subject. Experimental Group underwent yogic asana. Control group had not actively participated in the training programme it was kept under the control of the investigator. Both the experimental groups were given training for 5 days a week in total. The subjects responded the standardized questionnaire by Peter C. terry. The result of the study reveals that there was significant difference in found at 0.05 levels of Mood States among the hockey players.
Pages: 260-261  |  591 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sunil Kumar Joshi. Effect of yogic asanas on mood states of female hockey players. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(5): 260-261.
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