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    Title: The Effects of Tai Chi Chuan Combined with Vibration Training on Balance Control and Lower Extremity Muscle Power.
    Authors: Chung, Pao-Hung
    鍾寶弘
    Lin, Guan-Lun
    Liu, Chiang
    Chuang, Long-Ren
    Shiang, Tzyy-Yuang
    Keywords: center of pressure;Composite vibration training;countermovement jump;postural control
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2015-08-10 11:34:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine whether performing Tai Chi Chuan on a customized vibration platform could enhance balance control and lower extremity muscle power more efficiently than Tai Chi Chuan alone in an untrained young population. Forty-eight healthy young adults were randomly assigned to the following three groups: a Tai Chi Chuan combined with vibration training group (TCV), a Tai Chi Chuan group (TCC) or a control group. The TCV group underwent 30 minutes of a reformed Tai Chi Chuan program on a customized vibration platform (32 Hz, 1 mm) three times a week for eight weeks, whereas the TCC group was trained without vibration stimuli. A force platform was used to measure the moving area of a static single leg stance and the heights of two consecutive countermovement jumps. The activation of the knee extensor and flexor was also measured synchronously by surface electromyography in all tests. The results showed that the moving area in the TCV group was significantly decreased by 15.3%. The second jump height in the TCV group was significantly increased by 8.14%, and the activation of the knee extensor/flexor was significantly decreased in the first jump. In conclusion, Tai Chi Chuan combined with vibration training can more efficiently improve balance control, and the positive training effect on the lower extremity muscle power induced by vibration stimuli still remains significant because there is no cross-interaction between the two different types of training methods ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR
    Relation: Journal of Sports Science & Medicinep,v.12n.1,p.19-26
    Appears in Collections:[運動器材科技研究所] 期刊論文

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