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Influence of Vibration on Golgi Tendon Organ and Hold-Relax of PNF on Muscular Activity and Gait Factors on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
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Influence of Vibration on Golgi Tendon Organ and Hold-Relax of PNF on Muscular Activity and Gait Factors on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Jun, Hyun ju; Yang, Hoe Song; Yoo, Young Dae; Park, So Hui; Jegal, Hyuk; Jeong, Chan Joo;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of vibration on Golgi tendon organ(GTO) and Hold-Relax of PNF in muscular activity and gait factors on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness(DOMS). This study was conducted on 20 subjects. they were divided into two groups; Hold-Relax of PNF(n=10), Vibration on GTO(n=10). Both of the group was performed interventions 1 times a day for 3 days. The data was analyzed by the repeated-ANOVA for comparing before, after 24h and after 48h changes of factors in each group and the Independent t-test for comparing the between groups. The results are as follows. There was statistically significant difference of before, after 24h and after 48h vibration on GTO group and Hold-Relax of PNF group in muscular activity and gait factors on DOMS.(p<0.05). There was no statistically significant difference of between vibration on GTO group, but there was statistically significant difference Hold-Relax of PNF group in EMG, step width, step length, stride length(p>0.05). As a results of this study, Hold-Relax of PNF group are effective in improving muscular activity and gait factors.
 Keywords
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness(DOMS);Vibration on GTO;Hold-Relax of PNF;Muscular Activity;Gait Factors;
 Language
English
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