Games are considered good for health. The trainers and coaches everywhere are yearning for better resultsfor their coaching. This can be assessed by directing investigations on the energy of the players. The purpose of the investigation is to discover the effect of various frequencies of karate with yogic strategies on muscular strength among collegiate level karate players. The examination was planned with 60 male collegiate level karate players aged 17-25 years. Muscular strength was assessed by 1 RM bench Press test. The subjects were chosen from Sri Bhagavan Mahaveer Jain College in Karnataka state. The information was gathered during 12 weeks of the training time frame. To locate the mean contrast, t test was conducted. The examination of fluctuation and covariance was conducted to locate the critical changes among the groups. Scheffee’s post hoc test was done to discover the pared balanced post-test implies. The level of huge p≤0.05 is considered. The outcome demonstrates the huge association with maximum energy among collegiate level karate players.
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