Minimum Muscular Fitness of Secondary Level Students

Authors

  • Mahesh Datt Bhatt Surkhet Campus (Education), Tribhuvan University, Surkhet,
  • Tara Datt Surkhet Campus (Education), Tribhuvan University, Surkhet

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/tuj.v30i2.25541

Keywords:

Minimum muscular fitness, Secondary level students, Kraus- Weber tests, Flexibility failure, Weakness failure

Abstract

This paper deals with the minimum muscular fitness of secondary level students of Birendranagar Municipality of Surkhet of Nepal. Two hundred fifty five secondary level students were tested with Kraus-Weber tests for their minimum muscular fitness. The age of the students  was thirteen to eighteen years. The results revealed that 71.03 percent boys and 62.73 percent girls had minimum muscular fitness. Among the tested subjects 35.94 percent Bhraman-Chhetri, 25.86 percent Janajati and31.89 percent Dalit did not have the minimum muscular fitness. Weakness plays a significant role than the flexibility not to gain minimum muscular fitness to the subjects.

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Author Biographies

Mahesh Datt Bhatt, Surkhet Campus (Education), Tribhuvan University, Surkhet,

Lecturer in Physical Education

Tara Datt, Surkhet Campus (Education), Tribhuvan University, Surkhet

Lecturer in Physical Education

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Published

2016-12-01

How to Cite

Bhatt, M. D., & Datt, T. (2016). Minimum Muscular Fitness of Secondary Level Students. Tribhuvan University Journal, 30(2), 9–16. https://doi.org/10.3126/tuj.v30i2.25541

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