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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

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Vol. 7, Issue 1, Part F (2021)

Comparison of Lifestyle in Relation to Social Wellness Assessment of Different Games Players of Uttar Pradesh

Comparison of Lifestyle in Relation to Social Wellness Assessment of Different Games Players of Uttar Pradesh

Author(s)
Aditi Yadav and Dr. BC Kapri
Abstract
Objective of the Study: The objective of the study was to assess lifestyle aspect (Social wellness) of Players from different games of MMH College, Ghaziabad. The purpose of the present study was to assess social wellness assessment (SWA) of the players of different games of MMH College, Ghaziabad.
Method: For the purpose of present study, 300 male subjects was selected from six different games i.e. Volleyball (50), Basketball (50), Football (50), Hockey (50), Kabaddi (50), Cricket (50). The area of selecting population for the study was MMH College, Ghaziabad. The age of subjects was ranged from18 to 25 years. The ‘lifestyle assessment Inventory’ by Anspangh David S. Michal, H. Hamrich and Frank D. Rosato was used. For the Purposive random sampling method was used in selection of subjects from the selected games. Further, the subjects for this study were those who have represented up to the block level in the respective game.
Conclusion: 1. Significant difference was found in Social Wellness Assessment Score, between the players of different games. 2. Cricket players scored the highest in Social Wellness Assessment with mean value of 76.220 which denotes that cricket players are socially fit among the six other team game players. 3. Football players were ranked second in terms of Social Wellness Assessment among the six game players. 4. Volleyball players were lowly ranked among all six team players with the mean value of 64.240. 5. Basketball players were found better in physical assessment than the cricket, volleyball and hockey players.
Pages: 443-445  |  500 Views  82 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Aditi Yadav, Dr. BC Kapri. Comparison of Lifestyle in Relation to Social Wellness Assessment of Different Games Players of Uttar Pradesh. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(1):443-445.
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