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A Study on Development of Non-Powered Horse Riding Device for Enhancement of Core Muscle
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Development of Non-Powered Horse Riding Device for Enhancement of Core Muscle
Lim, Young-Tae; Kwon, Moon-Seok;
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 Abstract
Objective : The aim of this study was to develop the non-powered horse riding device and was to evaluate the elaborate its applicability throughout static structural and transient structural analysis of the outdoor core strength exercise equipment. Method : Fifteen college students (mass: , height: , age: ) rode the powered horse riding device and 14 college students (mass: , height: , age: ) rode the non-powered horse riding device for the comparison. All motion capture data was collected at 100 Hz using six infrared cameras and the muscular activities were collected using a Delsys Trigno wireless system. The peak forward/backward lean angle, range of motion anter/posterior and vertical COM(Center of mass) movement of trunk and pelvis segment, and muscle activities of six muscles were compared between the two devices by using independent t-test (p<.05). Results : Several kinematic variables (peak forward-backward lean angle and vertical COM movement of trunk and pelvis segment, range of motion of trunk) significantly different between non-powered and powered horse riding device. The muscle activities of Rectus abdominis and External oblique of abdomen on the non-powered horse riding device were significantly greater than those of the powered device. Conclusion : It was concluded that non-power horse riding device could give the effect of core strength exercise as well as the body motion which can simulate the powered horse riding device.
 Keywords
Non-powered horse riding device;Core strength exercise;Muscular activity;Outdoor exercise equipment;
 Language
Korean
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