Effect of Yogic Practices and Physical Exercises Training on Glycerol of Rural Obese Girls Student
The goal of this study is to see how yoga practices and physical workouts affect the Glycerol levels of rural obese girls' classmates. Fifty-five healthy, untrained pupils were chosen from Jaipur's rural' schools. The age of the participants ranged from 14 to 16 years old. The chosen subjects were divided into three groups, each with fifteen individuals. The periods of training for. The experimental groups were trained for 6 weeks on 3 different days per week for a total of 60 minutes. In addition to their regular job, the control group did not receive any training. All fifty-five subjects were given pre-tests on a specific Glycerol variable. Following the six-week study phase, post-tests were completed right away. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) technique was used to investigate the effects of the yogic practices and physical exercise training groups, as well as the control group, and to determine the significant mean differences between them. As a post hoc test, Scheffe's test was used to determine whether of the matched techniques distinctions was significant. The level of confidence was set at 0.05 to test the level of confidence.