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Repetitive Dorsi-Plantar Flexion Exercises in Ankle Joint have Effects on the Muscle Tones of Triceps, Vastus Medialis and Gastrocnemius
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Repetitive Dorsi-Plantar Flexion Exercises in Ankle Joint have Effects on the Muscle Tones of Triceps, Vastus Medialis and Gastrocnemius
Moon, Sang-Eun; Kim, Mi-Hwa; Ko, Young-In;
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 Abstract
This study was designed to analyze repetitive dorsiflexion and plantarflexion exercises in ankles have effects on the muscle tones of triceps, vastus medialis and gastrocnemius. 25 healthy woman volunteers(ankle dorsiflexion exercise group: 13, ankle plantarflexion exercise group: 12) participated in the two ankle exercise models, which have performed 3 times a week for 3 weeks. Myotonometer was used to measure the muscle tones of the triceps, vastus medialis, gastrocnemius muscles, and measurements were performed before and after the application of the each exercise model. Repeated measured paired t-test and independent t-test was used to determine a statistical significance. The group of repetitive dorsiflexion exercise of the ankle have effects on the muscle tones of triceps, vastus medialis and gastrocnemius (p>.05). The group of repetitive plantarflexion exercise of the ankle have effects on the muscle tones of triceps, vastus medialis and gastrocnemius(p>.05). The groups of repetitive dorsiflexion and plantarflexion exercise of the ankle have effects on the muscle tones of triceps, vastus medialis and gastrocnemius(p>.05).
 Keywords
Muscle Tone;Repetitive Dorsi-Plantar Flexion Exercise;
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English
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