Effect of Pranayama and Brisk Walking Practices on Forced Vital Capacity among Sedentary Women
The purpose of the present study is to find out the effect of pranayama and brisk walking practices on forced vital capacity among sedentary women. The study is conducted on 45 sedentary women in totally three groups, namely, experimental group – I & II and Control Group, each group consisted of 15 sedentary women. They underwent eight weeks of practice in Pranayama and brisk walking practices of both the experimental groups whereas the control group do not undergo any type of training. Forced vital capacity are measured before and after using the Wet Spiro meter. The Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) analyzes the data and it is concluded that the Pranayama and brisk walking practices have a significant of (P < 0.05).
Sedentary Women, Pranayama and brisk walking practices.
Please cite this article as:
Dr. V.Duraisami(2021). Effect of Pranayama and Brisk Walking Practices on Forced Vital Capacity among Sedentary Women. International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies.