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The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of yogic practices and resistance training on muscular endurance and explosive power variables in college students. Sixty (N=60) college students from V.T.M College of Arts and Science in Arunmanai, Tamilnadu, India were chosen at random. The participants were split into three classes of twenty (n=20) each: yogic practice (n=20), resistance exercise (n=20), and control (n=20). The participants were between the ages of 18 and 21. Selected dependent variables namely such as muscular endurance and explosive power. Muscular endurance tested by sit ups test unit of measurement in scores. Explosive power tested by standing broad jump unit of measurement in meters. The results were interpreted using descriptive statistics and Covariance Analysis (ANCOVA) and Scheffe's test was used. The 0.05 degree of significance was used in all situations since three groups were compared. College students' physical fitness variables, such as muscular endurance, were found to be substantially enhanced by yogic practice. It was discovered that yogic practice greatly enhanced physical health variables in college students, such as explosive power.
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