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Characteristics of ROM and EMG to Balance Training in Unstable Plate System: Primary Study
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Characteristics of ROM and EMG to Balance Training in Unstable Plate System: Primary Study
Jun, SungChul; Lim, HeeChul; Lee, ChangHyung; Kim, TaeHo; Jung, DukYoung; Chun, KeyoungJin;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the unstable plate system for the advanced balance ability. 7 male volunteers (age years, height , weight , BMI ) performed the partial squat motion on the shape of CAP type() and BOWL type() plate system. The range of motion (ROM) and muscle activation were acquired by the motion analysis system and the EMG system. Results of ROMs of the CAP type plate system were shown the widely range of the deviation in the ankle joint on the sagittal plane (sagittal plane - hip joint > , knee joint > , ankle joint > ; transverse plane - hip joint > , knee joint > , ankle joint > ; frontal plane - hip joint > , knee joint > , ankle joint > ). Muscle activation results of the CAP type plate system were indicated higher in major muscles for balance performance than the BOWL type plate system (vastus lateralis 0.90 > 0.62, peroneus longus 0.49 > 0.21, biceps femoris 0.38 > 0.14, gastrocnemius 0.11 > 0.05). These findings may indicate that the CAP type plate system would expect better effectiveness in perform the balance training. This paper is primary study for developing balance skills enhancement training device.
 Keywords
Unstable Plate System;Balance Ability;Range of Motion;EMG;Motion Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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