Effect of Different Musical Tempo on Post-Exercise Recovery in young adults.

  title={Effect of Different Musical Tempo on Post-Exercise Recovery in young adults.},
  author={Sheetal Bhavsar and Rahul S. Abhange and S. Afroz},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences},
The study was about the effect of music and different musical tempo on post-exercise recovery time following moderate exercise as there is very little information about effect of music on time taken for post- exercise recovery. Sixty volunteers (30 male, 30 female) subjected to isotonic exercise i.e. Harvard's step test, on three consecutive days, followed by rest in silence on first day, rest by hearing slow music on second day and rest by hearing fast music on third day. Parameters such as… Expand
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