Shiv to develop the physiological variables of school

Shiv KantandMastram (2015) to conduct the study was to examine the effect of yoga practices
on physiological Variables among school level students.  And another purpose of the study was to develop
the physiological variables of school level students. Only 30 subjects were
selected at randomly. The selected physiological variables such as Pulse rate,
systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and Respiratory rate. The
mean and T-test were applied for explanation of data. The level of significance
was set at .05. The result exposed that there was significant (p<.05) effect of yoga practices on physiological variables among school level students.   Bhupinder Singh Ghumanet al., (2014) to conduct the present study is to evaluate the effects of selected Pranayama practices on Breath-Holding Capacity, Cardio-Vascular Endurance & Reaction Time among high school level students in Punjab. The selected subjects were two hundred boys. All the subject age ranged between 13 to 16 years. Punjab were selected as the investigate subjects. The Pranayama practices period of 10-weeks. The selected subjects were divided into two groups as experimental (Group A) and control (Group B). The experimental group underwent Pranayama practices for the period of 10-weeks and control group did not practice any special Training. The't' test was use to evaluate initial and final training values. After completion of 10-weeks Pranayama practice there was a significant (P<0.001) difference between initial and final testing of experimental group had a significant development on Breath-Holding Capacity, Cardio-Vascular Endurance & Reaction Time better than the control group.   VaibhavRai et al., (2014) to conducted the study  was to find out the effect of 8 weeks yoga practices (pranayama) on breathe holding ability of school going children of mahilpur. Total subjects were 30 students of senior secondary school of mahilpur. The age ranged between 12 to15 years. Totally thirty subjects were randomly selected and divided into two equal groups (experimental group and control group) experimental group was underwent yoga practice (pranayama) for period eight weeks. Control group did not any specific practice.The collected data was analyzed Statistical technique of paired sample't' test was used. Finally the recommended for showed that eight weeks pranayama practices significantly improved the breath holding time of school children. It is also recommended other variables of respiratory system require examining for additional information of mahilpur. Rameswar Pal et al., (2013) to evaluate the present study was designed to estimate the effect of three months (90 min daily for five days in a week) yogic practice on selected physical and physiological variables of physically energetic service people. The selected subjected were Healthy male volunteers (n=60) of age 27±3 years. All the subjects were selected randomly from paramilitary force of the country in this study. A pre designed yoga training course for 3 months comprising of Prayer, Suddhikriyas,Yogasanas, Pranayamas, Meditation, Mudra and Bandha was imparted day by day by qualified yoga instructor in the morning for 90 min. After three months of yogic practices, body weight and body mass index did not change significantly, systolic blood pressure and mean blood pressure reduced significantly (p < 0.05). We did not found any significant change in heart rate diastolic blood pressure and respiratory rate. Breath-hold time and strength of the peripheral muscle (back and leg muscle strength) was improved significantly (p < 0.001), whereas peak expiratory flow rate did not change significantly. Anaerobic power was better significantly (p < 0.05) by means of growing peak power and normal power. The present study discovered that perform of elected yogic practice for 3 months resulted development in health and performance of the physically active paramilitary force of Indian army. Ramesh and Subramaniam (2010) to conduct the study were to effect of yogic pranayama and meditation on selected physical and physiological variables in adolescents. The selected subjects age ranged between 12 to 15 years. Totally 77 subjects were selected random wisely. The subjects were divided into two group's namely experimental group and control group. The experimental group was treated as yogic pranayama and meditation for the period of twelve weeks. The control group did not participate in any specific training programme. All the collected data were statistically analyzed by using analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). Finally the author recommended for that there was a significant difference in flexibility to develop the performance in adolescents. UpadhyayDhungel et al.,(2008) to evaluate the effect of Alternative Nostril Breathing Exercise on Cardio respiratory Functions. The present study contains the following Pranayama practices one of the yogic practices can generate various physiological activities in strong individuals. The subjects performed ANB exercise (15 minutes every day in the morning) for the period of four weeks. Cardio-respiratory variables were recorded initial and after completion of 4-weeks training program. The recommended for significant increase in Peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR L/min) and Pulse pressure (PP) was distinguished. Although Systolic blood pressure (SBP) was reducing insignificantly, to reduce in pulse rate (PR), respiratory rate (RR), diastolic blood pressure (DBP) was significantly improved. Finally the results of the study was to indicate the regular practice of ANB (Nadisudhi) improved in parasympathetic action Faigenbaum (2006) to conduct the study was to evaluate the effects of medicine ball training on selected physical fitness performance of high-school level physical education students. Totally Sixty-nine subjects were participated in for the period of 6-week medicine ball training program for the duration of the first 10 to 15 minutes of both physical education classes. The selected subject of 49 students where participate in physical education programme but did not participate any specific programme control group. The selected physical fitness variables are shuttle run, long jump, sit and reach flexibility, abdominal curl, medicine ball push-up, and medicine ball seated throw was measured at initial and final training. All the Students who participated in the medicine ball training program made significantly better improve on all physical fitness tests as compared to the control group. Finally these all the data suggest that medicine ball training can develop selected method of speed, agility, power and muscular endurance when included into a high school physical education programmes.     Merlin Thanka aniel (2015) to conduct the study was to examine the effects of medicine ball training on selected fitness parameters of physical education students. Totally selected all the subjects were thirty men students from Bharathidasan University, Department of physical education were selected randomly. The subject's age ranged between 17 to 25 years. The subjects (N=30) were randomly assigned evenly divided into two groups, in which group I was medicine ball training (N=15) and group II acted as control (N=15). The medicine ball training was given for the period of six weeks. Flexibility was measured by the stand and reach test. Power was measured by the standing broad jump and Abdominal strength was evaluated by a medicine ball abdominal curl. The initial and final test data were statistically analyzed by dependent't'- test, In all cases level of significance was fixed as the 0.05 level of confidence. Finally recommended for all the selected physical fitness variables was significantly development on selected physical fitness variables due to medicine ball training.   Ramesh (2016) to conduct the study was to find out the top training packages among the yogic practices, aerobic exercise and interval training on selected health related physical fitness variables are cardio respiratory endurance and flexibility among school boys. Totally sixty (N= 60) school boyswere selected. The selected subjects at randomly and their ages ranged between 13 to 17 years. The selected subjects were divided into four equivalents groups of fifteen school boys. The groups were treated as yogic practices, aerobic exercises, interval training and control group in an equivalent manner. The group I was treated as yogic practices, group II was treated as aerobic exercises, group III was treated as interval training and group IV control group was did not practice in any specific training. The three experimental groups were participating the training for the period of twelve weeks. After completion of twelve weeks training they were tested once more as it was in the initial test on all variables used in the current study. This test was assumed as final-test. The collected data was analyzed by Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) Hence the variation between means of the four groups in the initial-test had to be taken into explanation during the analysis of the final-test difference between the means. The significant mean difference does not exist among the experimental groups in the initial test on cardio respiratory endurance and flexibility. In testing final test mean difference among the experimental groups statistically significant on variables of cardio respiratory endurance and flexibility. In testing the post adjusted mean among the experimental groups also predicts the above result. In comparing the effect the YPG showed better development on flexibility. Mohan Raj et al,. (2015) to examine the study was to find out the effect of power yoga practice on selected physiological parameters among middle aged men. Totally 100 middle age male subjects were selected. The collected sampling by using of adopting purposive random sampling design. Their age of the subjects were ranged between 35 to 42 years. Their divided into two equal groups namely such as power yoga group and control group. The subjects were tested to find out the resting pulse rate, vital capacity and blood pressure. The pulse rate was assessed by arterial pulse, vital capacity was measured by digital Spiro meter and blood pressure was measured by sphygmomanometer. The power yoga group participated in power yoga practice for a period of twelve weeks and control group did not participate in any special practice. The data were collected before and after the training period and the pretest, posttest and the adjusted posttest were analyzed by Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). The level of significance for the study was chosen as 0.05. It is concluded from the results that the power yoga practice group has significant improvement in resting pulse rate, vital capacity and blood pressure among middle aged men.   Rajendran (2015) to conduct the study was to find out the Yogic practices and detraining effects on Inter-Collegiate Women Cricket Players. Total subject were forty Inter-Collegiate Women Cricket Players from various colleges. The selected subject was randomly. Their subject age ranged between 18 to 25 years. The subjects were divided in two equal groups of 20  subject in each, namely as Yogic practices group (YPG) and control group (CG), experimental group treated as 8 weeks of Yogic practices five days a week followed by 40 days of detraining, whereas control group (CG) did not participated in any special training.  Muscular endurance was measured by sit-ups at initial and immediately after training and also during detraining period. The collected data from the two groups initial and final testing were statistically analyzed by analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) the data on final testing and detraining peri   od (four cessation) of both groups were analyzed by two way (2 × 5) factorial ANOVA with last factor repeated measures, though yogic exercises improves Muscular endurance (4.81%) but the effect long lasts not more than 30 days of detraining. Usha Rani (2013) to conduct the study was to evaluate the effect of selected yogic practices and Aerobic dance on health related physical fitness variables among Nicobari women students. Totally seventy-five (N= 75) students were selected. Their subject age ranged between 18 to 22 years. The subjects were divided into two equal groups such as experimental groups and one control group. The subject was random selected. Group I treated as Yogic practices Group II treated as Aerobic dance Group III acted as Control Group. The training for three days per week for the period of six weeks. The selected variables for this study were Cardio vascular endurance, Muscular strength and endurance, Flexibility and Body composition. The health related physical fitness variables namely  such as Cardio Vascular Endurance tested by Cooper?s 1-mile run/walk test, Flexibility tested by Sit and Reach Test, Muscular Strength/ Endurance measured by Bent Knee Sit ups and Body Composition tested by Skin fold caliper. The data were collected from each subject initial and after the training period. The collected data were statistically analyzed by using dependent't' test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). It was found that Aerobic dance group was better improvement in cardio vascular endurance and muscular strength and endurance when compared to the yogic practices group. Yogic practices group was found to be greater improvement in flexibility when compared to the aerobic training group. Both yogic practices and aerobic dance groups were improved the body composition evenly. Senthil (2017) to conduct the study was to find out the effects of plyometric training with yogic practices on selected physical and physiological variables among schools boys. Totally selected subjects were 30 Secondary School boys. Their age ranged between 13 to 16 years. All the subjects were divided into two equal groups, and selected randomly, namely such as experimental group and control group. Experimental group I underwent Plyometric training with yogic practices was given to the experimental group. Control group did not participate in any specific training programme. The Plyometric training with yogic practices was programmed for the period of eight weeks previous and after the training for the subjects initial – test and final – test was assessed on physical variables are  shoulder strength (Push-ups) and physiological variables are (Breath Holding Time, Resting Heart Rate) were measured. Collected data were statistically analyzed with't' ratio to find out significant changes among experimental group and control group. Finally the analyzed the data was indicates that plyometric training with yogic practices was significantly increase physical variables are (Shoulder Strength) and physiological variables are (Breath Holding Time, Resting Heart Rate)