Effect Of Aerobic And Yogic Training On Body Composition Among Sedentary Women Of Manipur

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Loitongbam Baby Sujata Devi, et. al.


he current trends of lifestyle purposely  makes people suffer from various non communicable diseases . Social barrier was another hindrance in participation. It need to take up several studies to motivate involvement of women. Objective: To assess the effect of aerobic and yogic training on  body composition among sedentary women of Manipur.Methods: Forty women of average age 50.07± 6.3   who  lead a  sedentary lifestyle from Lairikyengbam Leikai, Imphal East District Manipur were randomly minimized into two groups and assigned  to aerobic and yoga training respectively . Body weight, Body mass index and Fat percent measurement was obtained before the commencement of training as baseline using bioelectrical impedance analyzer (BIA) methods and after 8 weeks training, the same measurement was taken  as final measurements. Analysis and Results: Data was analyzed using  SPSS  statistical software by running paired t test for  each  group and then independent t test for comparing between group variables. Data indicates significant decrease in Body weight, Body mass Index and fat percent in both aerobic and Yoga for pretest and posttest compares (p<0.05), Significant difference was observed in between group comparison in body weight and body mass index. No difference was observed in between group comparisons of fat percent (P>0.05), however Cohen’s d shows that aerobic has more effect size than yoga. Conclusion: These findings suggest that both aerobic and yoga can be practices for   reduction of bodyweight, body mass index and fat percent


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et. al., L. B. S. D. . (2021). Effect Of Aerobic And Yogic Training On Body Composition Among Sedentary Women Of Manipur . Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 12(13), 1815–1821. https://doi.org/10.17762/turcomat.v12i13.8813
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