About Us

Mr. Dhanaee Kumar

Bachelor's Of Physical Education & Sports (Pre-Level 1 Couch)

Running Experience: -

  • Leah-Ladakh 100 Kms Running 1st Position.
  • Run the Run 100 Kms Running 1st Position.
  • Run Of Kutch 160 kms Running 1st Rank.
  • Run the Run 160 kms Running 4th Rank.
  • Vadodara Ultra Marathon 35 kms 4th Rank.
  • Vadodara Ultra Marathon 80 kms 4th Rank.
  • Goa Ultra Marathon 100 kms 4th Rank.
  • Ahmedabad Carnival 12 Hours 98 kms 4th Rank.
  • Haryana Trail Run 80 kms.
  • 24 Hours Mumbai Run.
  • 24 Hours Bangalore Run.
  • 24 Hours Delhi Run.
  • Delhi to Mumbai 1500 kms 1st Rank.
  • 100 Days Run.
  • Master National Hyderabad 10 km 1st Rank.
  • 5 km 2nd Rank 1500 meters 1st Rank.
  • Lucknow defense Academy 10 kms Run 2nd Rank.

All About B.P.Ed. Course

Sports is no longer seen as a leisure option in India. The huge investment in various sports and their related field has brought a renaissance in the sports industry in India. B.P.Ed. full form Bachelor of Physical Education is one such course that trains candidates to pursue a plethora of career options in sports. The B.P.Ed  Syllabus has been designed in  such a way that it not only trains the candidates about the methodology of different sports but also other soft skills such as leadership, teaching practice for a better understanding of the students' psyche and many more

Why Study B.P.Ed?

The B.P.Ed Course helps the candidates to understand the different methodologies of sports management, principle and sociology of sport and help in developing communication skills that would help them guide students more effectively. The following are some of the details that would help us understand why B.P.Ed courses are important:

  • An Exponentially Growing Field: The sports industry in India is growing at an exponential rate in India. It has been projected to grow at a CAGR of 18 % till 2023 making it one of the fastest growing sectors in India, opening up employment opportunities for the various sports managers, trainers and coaches in India.
  • Job opportunities: The B.P.Ed course not only helps in getting a good career option in the field of sports training and coaching but also other auxiliary fields such as commentator, Sports Journalist, Commentator, sports administrator and many more.
  • Good payment and Other perks: Most of the B.P.Ed graduates are offered jobs as a coaching staff, trainers, instructors and many more. The B.P.Ed candidates are hired in government institutes such as the Sports Authority of India, Athletics Federation of India, AIFF and many more. The average salary ranges between INR 500,000-INR 600,000 per annum and in some cases they can go as high as INR 12-15 Lacs per annum. The salary in private institutions is also quite competitive with people earning in excess of INR 300,000 per annum. The government and private institution provide other perks such as insurance, medical and dental benefits, retirement benefits and many more.
  • Opportunity to turn entrepreneur: The B.P.Ed candidates can set up their own academy or training program after the completion of the B.P.Ed course. There are over 5000 private sports academies or coaching centers in India providing training to budding athletes in India. 
  • Job satisfaction: The job of B.P.Ed graduates is related to training of candidates in various sports. If the athletes win any competition at any international level, then it brings immense job satisfaction to the individuals.

Benefits for Your Physical Health

Training for a marathon has many physical health benefits for the body.

  • Improved overall health: Running regularly strengthens your heart by increasing your VO2 max (aerobic capacity) and helping keep your blood pressure and high cholesterol at healthy levels. It also improves your immune system and increases muscle strength. In addition, longer runs push your body to strengthen fast-twitch fibers in the muscles to combat fatigue and build strength and power.
  • Better sleep: Marathon training can be exhausting. Your body will crave sleep, since it repairs itself while you’re resting. You’ll find yourself getting to bed earlier and sleeping more soundly.1
  • Better fitness: Marathon training challenges even the fittest athletes. If you’re not in good shape (or the best shape of your life) by the time you reach the starting line, your training may have been lacking.
  • Toned legs: Weight loss is often a goal of marathoners-in-training but, as many discover, it doesn’t always happen. Although you may not lose a lot of weight, logging all those miles will absolutely increase your lean muscle mass and tone your legs.
  • Guilt-free massages: Marathoners-in-training tend to get tight muscles, and regular massages can help you feel comfortable and stay injury-free. Treat yourself to a massage or two during your training to help relieve some of that tightness.
  • Room for extra calories: During your very long runs, you’ll be burning thousands of calories, so it’s OK to be a little indulgent after. You will be hungry, after all. You can run hard, and celebrate hard.

Benefits for Your Mental Health

Long runs play a big role in helping you hone your mental toughness and develop a coping system to deal with running day-after-day, mile-after-mile, in tough conditions. Running a marathon will also help you reap the following benefits.

  • Stress reduction: Research suggests that running in times of stress helps you better handle life's challenges by increasing your mental resilience.3
  • A new outlook: This well-known maxim says it all: “The person who starts a marathon is not the same person who finishes a marathon.” You are sure to be a different person at the finish line because you’ll forever know that you have the mental and physical strength to persevere, even during times when you think you can’t and won’t succeed.
  • Inspiration: Whether it’s the double-amputee wheelchair racer, the 73-year-old grandmother running her 35th marathon, or your own kids holding “We love you!” signs, you'll find some inspiration around every turn.
  • Improved motivation: You can’t get away with not training when it comes to a marathon, so having one on your calendar will keep you motivated to stick to your training schedule. On days when your motivation is lacking, you'll think about how you'll feel if you're undertrained, can’t finish, or have to cancel and find the strength train anyway.

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