Training and detraining impact on cardio respiratory endurance: An over view
Dr. I Devi Vara Prasad, Dr. Y Wise Blessed Singh
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of aerobic training and concurrent resistance and aerobic training and detraining on cardio respiratory endurance performance. Forty five subjects were selected and they were divided into three equal groups of fifteen each. The first group performed concurrent resistance and aerobic training and the second group performed aerobic training and third group acted as control. After the completion of twelve-weeks training period the subjects of group I and II were physically detrained for forty days. The pre and posttest data on cardio respiratory endurance was statistically analyzed by applying the analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). The data collected on post experimentation and during detraining were statistically analyzed by using two way (3 x 5) factorial ANOVA with last factor repeated measures. Statistical analysis found significant improving in cardio respiratory endurance performance and significant decline during detraining period.
Dr. I Devi Vara Prasad, Dr. Y Wise Blessed Singh. Training and detraining impact on cardio respiratory endurance: An over view. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 2, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 114-117