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Effect of thick insoles on lower extremity muscular activity during squat exercise

정적 스쿼트 운동 시 키 높이 깔창이 하지의 근 활성도에 미치는 영향

  • 이준철 (경남정보대학교 물리치료과) ;
  • 백홍석 (대전대학교 응급구조학과)
  • Received : 2019.02.02
  • Accepted : 2019.03.16
  • Published : 2019.05.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study men and women 20 to 30 of 16 patients wearing thick insoles 5cm before and after squat exercise based on the angle of the knee joint(0-, 60-, 90-degree) was to observe the muscle activities. For this through the analysis of the rectus femoris EMG, vatus medialis vatus lateralis, tibialis anterior, gastrocnemius MVIC were quantified using. The results following results were obtained. After wearing the thick insole standing position(0') had increased EMG activity of vastus lateralis muscle, the knee angle is rectus femoris, vatus medialis, vastus lateralis, tibialis anterior, gastrocnemius muscles were increased muscle activity. thick insole of the ankle joint, causing plantar flexion forward weight distritbution by focusing is normally the body would lead to an array. When an array of everyday life, these abnormalities increases energy consumption, and muscle fatigue, increase will cause an imbalance in the muscles. Therefore, wearing thick insoles by changing the activity of the muscles may cause knee pain.

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그림 1. 고니오메타 Figure 1. Goniometer

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그림 1. 고니오메타 Figure 1. Goniometer

표 1. 연구 대상자의 일반적 특성 Table 1. General characteristics of subjects

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표 2. 선 자세에서의 변화 Table 2. Change in standing posture

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표 3. 60도에서의 변화 Table 3. Changes in the knee joint 60-degree

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표 4. 90도에서의 변화 Table 4. Changes in the knee joint 60-degree

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표 5. 선 자세, 60도, 90도 비교 Table 5. Comparison of Standing Posture and Knee Joint 60-degree and 90-degree

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