An assessment study of comparison of body fat percentage between professional and non-professional studentsAuthor(s):
Dr. Ajaypal UpadhyayAbstract: Aim:
The aim of the present study was to compare the bodily fat percentage between B.B.A., and B.P.Ed. students.
Method: For the purpose of this study a total of 40 male subjects (20 B.B.A., and 20 B.P.Ed. students) were selected from Degree College of Physical Education, Amravati, Maharashtra. The mean age of the subjects were 22 years. Bodily fat percentage of the subjects was assessed through skinfold measurement. Four sites i.e., biceps, triceps, supra-illiac and sub-scapular were measured with the help of skinfold calliper. For the assessment of fat percentage tables made by Durenin and Rehman was used. For the analyzing of data, t test was used.
Result: It showed that there was a significant difference between B.B.A., and 20 B.P.Ed. students.
Conclusions: It is concluded that B.B.A. students (non-professional) have more amount of body fat percentage in comparison of B.P.Ed. (Professional) students. Pages: 300-301 | Views: 312 | Downloads: 84Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Ajaypal Upadhyay. An assessment study of comparison of body fat percentage between professional and non-professional students. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(4):300-301.