Pradeep Kumar Kachhwaha and Dr. Vikas Saxena
In modern times, wrestling has not only retained its traditional essence but has also found a global platform through organized competitions such as the Olympic Games and various professional wrestling promotions. These events showcase the athleticism, showmanship, and dedication of wrestlers who undergo rigorous training to perfect their craft. Scholars are trying to find out the relationship between certain physiological factors and wrestlers' performance. For this study, a total of twenty subjects were selected. All subjects were selected from Singrauli district (M.P.). Their ages were between 18 and 13 years. In this study, vital capacity was measured by a dry spiro-meter, and resting heart rate was measured manually with the help of a stopwatch and recorded in beats or minutes. To analyze the collected data, the moment coefficient of correlation was used to find out the relationship between dependent and independent variables and the level of significance, and it was set at 0.05. The result reveals a significant relationship between physiological variables such as vital capacity (0.54), resting heart rate (0.52), and wrestler’s performance at the 0.05 level of significance.
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