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The Effect of Elasticity of Taping on Ankle Muscles'Activity and Endurance after Plyometric Training
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The Effect of Elasticity of Taping on Ankle Muscles'Activity and Endurance after Plyometric Training
An, Ho Jung; Lee, Ho Kyun; Lee, Jae Kap; Yoo, Kyung Tae; Kim, Sung Won; Kim, Nyeon Jun; Koo, Ja Pung; Choi, Wan Suk; Choi, Jung Hyun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to observe the effect of elasticity of taping on ankle muscles'activity and endurance after plyometric training that easily causes ankle injury, and provide baseline data for physical therapy intervention methods. The study subjects are 24 male students in their 20s who attend N University in Choongnam. They were divided into three groups; 8 subjects in the elastic taping group, 8 in the non-elastic taping group, and 8 in the non-taping group(control group). They had plyometric training for 6 weeks. After the training, this study measured their maximum voluntary isometric contraction(MVIC) and muscle endurance of the muscles around ankle joint. The experiment result is as follows. After the training, all three groups showed improvement in muscle strength and endurance. The elastic taping group showed insignificant improvement in muscle strength but significant increase in muscle endurance in plantarflexion. In dorsiflexion, both muscle strength and endurance increased significantly. The non-elastic taping group showed insignificant improvement in muscle strength but significant increase in muscle endurance in plantarflexion. Taping during plyometric training had a little or insignificant effect on muscle endurance and strength compared to the non-taping group.
 Keywords
Taping;Ankle Muscle's Activeity;Ankle Muscle's Endurance;Plyometric;
 Language
English
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