Tracking Immediate Physiological Changes Pre – Post Volleyball Play
- Body temperature,
- Heart rate
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The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of volleyball play on selected physiological variables. To achieve the purpose of the study 12 male inter-collegiate Volleyball players were selected from Department of Physical Education, Bharathiar University Coimbatore. The subjects were dehydrated in 5 Set Volleyball match. The age group of subjects ranged from 18- 28 years. The study were delimited to the following variables, Body temperature and Heart rate were tested difference between after completion of 5 set Volleyball play. To execute this investigation, the researcher used dependent„t‟ test to find out the significant difference between pre and post Volleyball play. In this case to test the significance 0.01 level of confidence was utilized. It was found that there was a significant increase in heart rate and body temperature after Volleyball play.
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