Vol 1 No 4 (2012): Volume 1, Issue 4, year 2012
Articles

Effects of Intensive and Extensive Interval Training on Selected Motorability Components, Physiological Variables among College Women Students

M Saroja
Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education and Health Sciences, Alagappa University, Karaikudi-630003, Tamil Nadu, India.
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Published December 30, 2012
Keywords
  • Intensive Interval Training,
  • Extensive Interval Training
How to Cite
Saroja, M. (2012). Effects of Intensive and Extensive Interval Training on Selected Motorability Components, Physiological Variables among College Women Students. International Journal of Physical Education, Fitness and Sports, 1(4), 28-35. https://doi.org/10.26524/1244

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Abstract

In the modern scientific age, sportsmen are being trained using highly sophisticated means for better achievement in their concerned sport. They are being exposed to the exercise and training methods which have proved beneficial for achieving high standards. The training programmes for sports are to be designed that they may favorably affect the physical and physiological variables associated with high performance capacity in that sport. The study was formulated as a true random group design. The subjects (n=30) were randomly assigned to three equal group of ten women each. The college women students of Alagappa College of Physical Education Karaikudi. They were divided into three equal groups namely Control Group (Group I) Intensive interval training (Group II) Extensive interval training (Group III). The subjects were tested in order to find out speed, Explosive power, Pulse rate, Breath holding time. The experimental group participated in intensive and extensive interval training for the period of six weeks. Dependent variables are Motor Ability Components (Speed, Explosive Power), Physiological Variables (Pulse rate, Breath holding time). Independent variables are Intensive interval training and Extensive Interval training. The pre and post test design employing ANCOVA technique was adopted. Intensive and Extensive interval training equally improved for the following factors of motor ability components namely speed, explosive power.
      The six weeks of Intensive and extensive interval training might be significant improvement in speed, and explosive power, among the college women students. Intensive and extensive interval training equally improve for the following factors of physiological variables. The intensive and extensive interval training might be significant improvement of physiological variable resting pulse rate breath holding time among college women student. Key word: Intensive Interval Training, Extensive Interval Training

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