Effect of Aerobic Endurance Training Programme on Selected Cardiovascular Functions


Objective: The first objective of the present study was to determine the level of variables chosen for the study (Resting heart rate, Blood pressure (Systolic and Dystolic), Endurance (Vo2 Max), Vital Capacity, Respiratory rate, Breath Holding Capacity. The second objective of the present study was to determine the prepare a comprehensive training programme. The third objective was to compare the experimental group and control group.
Methods: For the present study the total fourty male subjects were randomly selected for the study. Out of 10 randomly chosen male having a place will distinctive aggregations with composition of one control and two experimental groups. Analysis of Co-variance was calculated followed by post hoc tes were employed to determine the effect of Low intensity Aerobic Programme on Cardiopulmonary and Respiratory functions of the selected subjects. Results: There may not be significant effect of Ergometric endurance training programme was accepted in case Vital capacity, Diastolic blood pressure and Vo2 max in 25 years whereas null hypothesis was and not accepted in case of vo2 max in 30 years. Further, the null hypothesis was rejected in case of Breathing Holding capacity, Resting heart rate, Resting respiratory rate and systolic blood pressure.

Key Words: Aerobic Endurance Training, Cardiovascular Etc.

Author: Dr Devender Prakash

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