International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 9, Part B (2016)
Impression of core training on selected biological variables resting pulse and respiratory rate among college level men soccer players
For this exploration to asses “Impact of core training on selected resting pulse and respiratory rate variables among college level men soccer players”. In this research twelve men football players who are all studying college level were selected and based on their playing ability, as well who are all participated in district /inter collegiate level football tournament) as a subjects for this study, from Pondicherry university. Since this investigation involved following variables such as resting pulse rate and respiratory rate. The subject’s age ranged from 18 – 28 years as per their college/university records. The subjects were underwent CORE training in the period of 12 weeks. The training was applied for 3 days per week one session 45- 90 minutes programme evening session. The data were collected from experimental group men soccer players such as resting pulse rate and respiratory rate variables before and after the implication of CORE training. The collected data were analyzed with paired‘t’ test for evaluating the impact of 12 weeks CORE training. Results; The selected core training group showing affirmative changes on the variable of resting pulse rate but there is no significant difference between pre & post- test performances on the variable of respiratory rate.
How to cite this article:
Dr. S Binthu Mathavan. Impression of core training on selected biological variables resting pulse and respiratory rate among college level men soccer players. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(9):91-93.