2019, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Part D
The effect of 6 weeks of neuromuscular training on the static, dynamic balance, limit of stability and Proprioception of the ankle joint between female college student athletes in prevention of ankle sprainAuthor(s):
Atiyeh MajouniAbstract: Introduction:
Injury is one of the main concerns of instructors and athletes, which results in decreased physical activity and waste of time and imposes high costs of treatment on athletes. Hence, it seems that research aimed at investigating the effect of neuromuscular exercises on controlling risk factors among athletes at the risk of ankle sprain would provide useful information for designing and developing sports injury prevention programs.
Objectives: The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficiency of exercises to control some of the risk factors of ankle sprain in sport. The information gathered here can be used by both players and coaches in the form of a training package. It also allows people to reduce the risk of damage and to stabilize the ankle to increase performance in a game. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of neuromuscular exercises on the static, dynamic, stability limits and Proprioception in athletes.
Method: The statistical population of this study included female athletes aged 20-30 years who participated in the research. The athlete's definition in this research is a person who attends sports athletics, volleyball, basketball and handball at least three times a week for more than an hour. A sample of 30 people was selected as a statistical sample by purposeful and accessible sampling. They were randomly separated into two groups, with 15 being in the intervention group (neuromuscular exercises with balance board and wobble boards). In this study, we used the Biodex balance instrument to measure the balance and stability of the subjects, and the sensory depth test was performed by an ankle-deep-goniometer (built-in 2012). The group is 0.97 and the external group reliability is 0.87. The raw data obtained from measuring variables of the research using male is analyze using descriptive and inferential statistics (SPSS version 22). In this study, we used both the t-test (for in-group differences) and covariance analysis (for inter-group differences in post-test).
Result: The results indicated that the six weeks of neuromuscular training had a statistically significant effect on the dynamic equilibrium (level 6 and 8 of Biodex balance instrument), stability and proprioception (goal recovery failure) in the inertial and perineal arthritis of female athlete students. (P≥ 0/05).
Conclusion: The results of this research shows that the dynamic, static and stable sense of stability and proprioception has been significantly improved by performing neuromuscular exercises after 6 weeks. In this regard, the effect of equilibrium exercises in preventing the occurrence of ankle injury mechanism after obtaining statistical results in this study has become. Pages: 192-196 | 703 Views 44 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Atiyeh Majouni. The effect of 6 weeks of neuromuscular training on the static, dynamic balance, limit of stability and Proprioception of the ankle joint between female college student athletes in prevention of ankle sprain. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(5):192-196.