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Effects of Combined Training on the FMS Score in Woman Rugby National Players
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Effects of Combined Training on the FMS Score in Woman Rugby National Players
Lee, Jin-Wook; Zhang, Seok-Am; Lee, Jang-Kyu;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to find the risk factors of injury by FMS and to investigate the effects of 12-weeks` combined training program on body imbalance, physical fitness, muscle strength and FMS score in woman rugby players of the national team. Fourteen subjects were woman rugby national players to participate in the 17th Incheon Asian Games. These players tested FMS and performed 12 weeks` (May~Aug, 2014) combined training program (4days, 120min). Statistical evaluation was undertaken using paired t-test (pre vs. post). The results of this study were as follows; Frist, the score of FMS test on Deep Squat, Hurdle Step, Active Straight Leg Raise, and Trunk Stability Push up were significantly increased after 12 weeks` combined training program (p<.05), and also Inline Lunge (p<.01) and Rotary Stability (p<.001) were significantly increased. However, Shoulder Mobility was not significantly increased(p
 Keywords
Athlete injury;Combined training;FMS(Functional Movement Screen);Physical imbalance;Rugby;
 Language
Korean
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