Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

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Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part B

Effect of 8 weeks kapalbhati intervention on rhythm ability of senior cricket players


Author(s): Dr. Ajay Kumar Dandotiya

Abstract: The purpose of the study was to find out how yoga's Kapalbhati influenced a cricket player's sense of rhythm. The independent variable was kapalbhati, while the dependent variable was considered to be rhythmic ability. The Sprint at the Given Rhythm Test evaluates rhythmic abilities and produces instantaneous results. A random group design was used for the investigation. Two groups of 20 people each were created. These subjects consented to the inquiry of their own free choice. The participants who had studied and practised Kapalbhati were maintained in the experimental group (N = 20), whereas the other people remained in the control group (N = 20). The results of the statistical analysis below were used to ascertain the treatment's impact on the experimental group using pre-test and post-test data on Rhythm ability. To ascertain the effect of Kapalbhati on cricket players' Rhythm skills, pre- and post-test data were analyzed using ANCOVA (Analysis of Co-Variance) after two months (eight weeks) of treatment. Additionally, mean values for each parameter in connection to the pre- and post-test were emphasised in a visual presentation that was made for rapid reference comparison. It was decided that because Kapalbhati helps cricket players develop their sense of rhythm, it should be a part of their training routines.

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Dr. Ajay Kumar Dandotiya. Effect of 8 weeks kapalbhati intervention on rhythm ability of senior cricket players. J Sports Sci Nutr 2021;2(1):128-131.
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