Pulmonary Function on Self-Confidence in Varied Pranayama Practices among Sedentary Women
V.Sujatha & Dr. D. Devaki
The present study was designed to find out the pulmonary function on self-confidence in varied pranayama practices among sedentary women. It was hypothesized that there would be significant differences in self confidence among Sedentary women due to the influences of varied pranayama practices To achieve the purpose of the study, 40 Sedentary women from Tiruchirapalli aged between 30 to 40 years. The Experimental group underwent varied pranayama practices for the period of 6 weeks of an hour in the morning. The control group was not exposed to any specific training but they participated in the regular activities. The pre-test and post-test were conduct before and after the training for two groups. The data pertaining to the variables collected from the two groups before and after the training period were statistically analyzed by using‘t’ test to determine the significant difference and tested at 0.05 level of significance.
Pranayama practices, Self confidence and sedentary women.
Please cite this article as:
V. Sujatha & Dr. D. Devaki (2021). Pulmonary Function on Self-Confidence in Varied Pranayama Practices among Sedentary Women. International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies, 8, 1(8), 31-32.