Title of the paper : “Effect Of Selected Supine And Prone Lyingasanas Onleg Strength Of Female Hockey Players”


Miss. Poonam Trivedi  Ph.D. Scholar, Nirwan University,  Jaipur (Rajasthan)

Prof. Vikesh Kamra, Professor, Nirwan University, Jaipur (Rajasthan)



Yoga is important Bringing harmony between the mind and body is the goal of a very subtle science that is grounded in spiritual discipline.Prone and Supine postures are doing while sleeping on the stomach and back. The position of all Prone and Supine postures is Makarasana, Naukasana, Salabhasanas, SaralBhujangasana, ArdhaDhanurasana, Savasana, Saralbhujangasana, Dhanurasana, ParsvaDhanurasana, Uttanapadasana, Vipareetakarani, Halasana, Matsyasana, Sarvangasana etc. The hockey players suffer from injuries which is associated with hockey like, hip and legs, & basically the majority of lower extremities. In this study the researcher aims to investigate the leg strength of the female hockey players through prone and supine lying asanas. To attain the present study 70 female Hockey Players were selected in which they were split into two groups: Control and Experimental, the experimental a group of trained with 12 weeks of prone and supine lying asanas and control group were on their usual practice. The researcher felt it worthwhile to conduct and see the results of its impact. The study resulted significant effect on leg strength of experimental group with 0.05 level of significance.

Key words

Makarasana, Naukasana, Salabhasanas, Saral Bhujangasana, Ardha Dhanurasana, Savasana, Saral bhuj angasana, Dhanurasana, Parsva Dhanurasana, Uttanapa dasana, Vipareetakarani, Halasana, Matsyasana, SarvangasanaProne, Lowerextremities, Leg Strength

Cite this article 

Trivedi, P., & Kamra. (2023, April). Effect Of Selected Supine And Prone Lyingasanas Onleg Strength Of Female Hockey Players. Poonam Shodh Rachna, 2(4), 01–06. https://poonamshodh.in/web/BGYNZARgDTkBNQ==/Effect-Of-Selected-Supine-And-Prone-Lyingasanas-Onleg-Strength-Of-Female-Hockey-Players