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Effects of 10-Week Body Stability Exercise Program on Functional Movement and Body Balance of Middle School Volleyball Players

대한물리치료학회지 2020년 32권 4호 p.203 ~ 209
송인영, 서연순, 강양훈,
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송인영 ( Song In-Yeong ) - Mokpo Science University College of Health Science Department of Physical Therapy
서연순 ( Seo Yeon-Soon ) - Mokpo Science University College of Health Science Department of Physical Therapy
강양훈 ( Kang Yang-Hoon ) - Mokpo Science University College of Health Science Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Purpose: This study examined the effects of a physical stability exercise program on the functional movement and balance of middle school volleyball players to provide future management and training data to improve the performance of volleyball players.

Methods: The subjects were 20 volleyball players from Y Middle School in Mokpo. The results of comparing and analyzing the effects of the physical stability exercise program on the functional movement and balance of middle school volleyball players for 10 weeks are as follows.

Results: The number of participants who showed power and agility (p<0.01) was increased significantly, and the response time was shortened significantly (p<0.01). On the evaluation of functional movement, the total score showed a significant difference between the pre-test at 10.90±1.30 points and the post-test at 13.81±.60 (p<0.001). The subjects’ balance showed a significant difference from 84.11±7.53 to 97.65±8.47 (p<0.001), and the Right Composite Score showed a significant difference from 83.74±6.64 to 97.27±8.48 (p<0.001).

Conclusion: The application of a physical stability exercise program for 10 weeks is effective in improving the speed, agility, functional movement, and balance to volleyball players who are weakened and at risk of injury. This is believed to prevent or reduce injury.

키워드

Power; Agility; Functional movement; Body balance

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