Effect of selected yogic practice on aggression of hostal student
Dr. Nirmala Bhaskar, Renu Dahiya
The main purpose of the study was to determine the effect of selected yogic practice on aggression of hostel students Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. For the purpose of the study 25 male hostel students of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak were randomly selected as samples. The age of the hostel students was ranging 18 to 28 years as the subject for the purpose of the study. Yogic practice was restricted to Surya Namskar, Sukhasan, Padmasan, Siddhasan, Vajrasan, Tadasan, Ardha Chandrasan, Ardha Kati Chakrasan, Chandrasan, Padhastasan, Veerbhadrasan, Janu sirasan, Paschimotansan. The data were collected before the start of 2 weeks selected asana training program (pre-test) and immediately after the completion of 2 weeks selected Yogic training program (post-test) by questionnaire. To determine the Yogic practice effects on aggression of hostel students paired sample t-test was applied. The level of significance was set 0.05. The findings of statistically analysis revealed that there was significant improvement in aggression level of hostel students of experimental group (pre and post) due to selected Yogic practice.
Dr. Nirmala Bhaskar, Renu Dahiya. Effect of selected yogic practice on aggression of hostal student. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 312-313