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Title: The relationship among self-concept, somatotype and sensation seeking anxiety state in body-builders and weight-lifters
Researcher: Mohd. Imran
Guide(s): Ikram Hussain
Keywords: Physical Education
Sports
self-concept
somatotype
sensation seeking anxiety
body-builders
weight-lifters
Upload Date: 20-Sep-2013
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: It is well documented that it is the time of super specialization or time of nano-technology. Gradually, physical education has sprung up like a huge Banyan tree. In recent years sports scientists have guessed to find out those factors which directly and indirectly lend towards the enhancement of performance. Many scientific subjects have been enforced in the field of physical education and sports to heighten the performance of sport person. Nobody knows precisely how and when sports started and grew in society. However, it appears that nature itself has served humans in the spread of sports. It is certain that participation is inherent in human psyche. Perhaps the first activity a fetus does is sport or play. Though not in contact yet with the outside world and not trained in any activity, the fetus learns and plays inside the mother s womb by stretching and throwing limbs. It makes the mother feel it lovely presence inside her. Even after taking birth, the baby keeps on playing except when it is sleeping. Even the conception of child is through sporting activity of parents experiencing pleasure, joy and contentment. A constantly increasing interest in sports has become a global phenomenon. Growing health care awareness among people and print and electronic media, and an inmate relation with these add to their popularity. As a result, the demand for making physical education and sports as an integral part of the curriculum is gaining momentum. As physical education and sports are integral parts of educational system, overall sports programmes will need social and individual support; making available adequate sports facilities and equipments. It is important that there should be promotion of research and development in the realm of physical education and sports. Besides, there should be an emphasis on information and documentation on sports, and an increased link between mass media, physical education and sports.
Pagination: 170p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/11386
Appears in Departments:Department of Physical Health & Sports Education

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