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Exercise Science 2004;13(4): 481-492.
고유감각수용기 트레이닝이 연령대별 발레무용수의 근신경 조절능력에 미치는 영향
김은경
서울대학교
The effects of proprioception training on neuromuscular control abilities in aged stage of ballerina.
ABSTRACT
The effects of proprioception training on neuromuscular control abilities in aged stage of ballerina. Exercise Science, 13(4): 481-492, 2004. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of proprioception training on neuromuscular control abilities, and also to assess the scientific ballet training method for injury prevention in aged stage of ballerina. The subjects were divided by three groups: Youth Group (YG, n=12; age= 16.3±0.9yr; career= 6.6±2.49yr), College Group (CG, n=12; 21±0.9yr; 8.2±2.31yr), and Professional ballet Group (PG, n=12; 30±4.2yr; 14.7±4.35yr). The testing were performed before and after 10 weeks of proprioception training. After 10weeks proprioception training, %peak torque/BW of left ankle dorsi flexion were significantly increased(p<.05) in YG, CG and PG. Right were significantly increased in YG(p<.01), CG(p<.001). Total work of both ankle dorsi flexion were significantly increased in YG(p<.001), and CG were significantly increased in left(p<.05), right(p<.01). In the sensory organization test(SOT) of equilibrium scores, YG(p<.001) and CG(p<.01) were significantly increased on condition three of EMP. In the MCT of reaction time significantly decreased in YG on condition LFL (p<.05), in CG significantly decreased on condition LBL, LFL, LBR(p<.05). During the romberg's test of proprioception ability was significantly increased in YG(p<.001), during the passe test of proprioception ability significantly increased in YG and CG on the right leg(p<.05), in the arabesque's test of proprioception ability significantly increased in CG on the right leg(p<.05). From the result of this study, Further study regarding the a development of long term conditioning program are needed in order to improve of dancer performance ability and to prevent their injury.
Key words: Proprioceptor, Neuromuscular control, Training, Sensory organization test, Motor control test
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