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Volume & Issue no: Volume 11, Issue 5, May 2022


Author Name:
Dr. K. Jothi , A. Sivagami
Abstract The purpose of the study was to find out effect of calisthenics training programme on eosinophilia & haemoglobin among pregnant women. To achieve the purpose of this study forty two pregnant (Third Month) women were selected by random sampling method. Further they were scrutinized by gynaecologist doctor based on their medical history, health, willingness and past experience with exercise and training. Finally 30 women were selected for subjects of this study who living around Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The selected subjects were experience with kind of exercise and training. Further they are followers of medication as per the doctor’s advice. However they were carefully assisted by the supervisor and professional doctors. The age of the selected subjects ranged between 25 to 35 years.The pre and post data were collected from the following dependent variables, such as Eosinophilia & Haemoglobin by blood test were used. Weight Bearing Exercise and Calisthenics training was selected as independent variables. Both the training programme limited with 5days in a week for 6 weeks. The collected data were analyzed statistically by Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) and whenever the ‘F’ ratio for the adjusted test was found to be significant Scheffe’s Post hoc test was used. In all cases, 0.05 was performed to find out the significant mean differences. The result of the study showed that the significantly improved on selected criterion variables due to weight bearing exercise and calisthenics training, and also the study concluded that weight bearing exercise better that the calisthenics exercise on improving selected criterion variables among pregnant women. Keywords: Weight Bearing Exercise (WBE), Calisthenics Exercise (CLE), Eosinophilia & Haemoglobin.
Cite this article:
Dr. K. Jothi , A. Sivagami , " INFLUENCE OF WEIGHT BEARING AND CALISTHENIC EXERCISE ON SELECTED PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 11, Issue 5, May 2022 , pp. 178-184 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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