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Effects of Resistance and Resistance & Stabilization Exercises on the Strength of Lumbar and Lower Limbs of the Elderly
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Effects of Resistance and Resistance & Stabilization Exercises on the Strength of Lumbar and Lower Limbs of the Elderly
Choi, Seok Joo; Kim, Jong Woo; Hwang, Byeong Jun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to identify the effective lumbar area exercise program to prevent falls of the elderly by dividing 14 female elders over 65 living in Daegu into two groups such as resistance exercise group and resistance & stabilization exercise group, and applying a 60 minute exercise program three times a week for 12 weeks. The followings are the results. First, both of resistance exercise and resistance & stabilization exercise brought improvement of lumbar strength and there was no significant difference between two groups. Second, there was no significant difference in lower limb strength in resistance exercise group but resistance & stabilization exercise group showed significant increase in lower limb flexor strength. To make a summary of the above results, it can be said that 12 weeks' resistance & stabilization exercise is effective to the lumbar strength and lower limb strength of the elderly. Accordingly, if combining resistance exercise and stabilization exercise appropriately, we can build a successful preventive program which even the elderly who cannot perform resistance exercise easily can follow.
 Keywords
Resistance Exercise;Stabilization Exercise;Elderly;
 Language
English
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