Effects of aerobic exercises, and meditation on vital capacity variable of school children
Kum Tayamma Nagappa
Aerobic exercise is the cardiovascular activity that involves prolongedactivity of large muscles without stopping. Aerobic exercises burns one’s fat andkeeps one’s metabolism rate high even after the activity is over. Just after 15minutes of the exercise one’s glycogen burn’s off producing glucose, which thenuses oxygen to generate energy by burning fat.Though very latter research’s have been conducted to establish itseffectiveness, there is a growing belief that certain type of music tend to stimulate aperson to a higher performance level. This seems to be consistent with theobservation that rock music and marching music tend to elicit movement on thepart of any listeners.Singher (1972) stated that the exercise records seem to be widely used in schools as a means of stimulating students to keep up with the pace and perhaps perform a maximum of activity with a minimum of conscious pairs.
Kum Tayamma Nagappa. Effects of aerobic exercises, and meditation on vital capacity variable of school children. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 11-13