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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 7832-7842

Effects Of Endurance Training At Moderate And Low Altitudes On Selected Physiological Variables

Dr. Rupendra Farswan, Dr. Rakesh Kumar Yadav.


The purpose of the study was to analyse the effect of Endurance Training On Selected Physiological Variables At Moderate And Low Altitudes. the endurance training program was designed after ten days of orientation to the training and physical activity to the participants. The dependent variables for the study were VO2 max, positive breath hold capacity and vital capacity. The duration of training program was 12 weeks. Descriptive statistics were used to describe important characteristics of the data. ANCOVA (analysis of covariance) was used as the statistical technique to compare the effects of training at moderate and low-level altitude on selected physiological variables. The results of the study indicated that there was a significant difference between the post test results of the selected physiological variables i.e. VO2 max, positice breath hold capacity and vital capacity after the endurance training at moderate altitude as compare to their low altitude counterparts.

Key words: Endurance training, moderate altitude, low altitude, physiological variables, VO2 max.

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