Comparison of the effects of 8 weeks TRX exercises and core stability in the stable level on the landing pattern, the stability of the core area and the balance of football girls
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Khorasgan University, Isfahan
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The aim of this study was the effects of 8 weeks TRX exercises and core stability exercises on the landing pattern, the stability of the core area and the balance of football girls.
Thirty athletes with trunk defects were screened by Tacpe Jampe test and were selected as a statistical sample. Finally, assigned to two groups of 15 subjects at core stsbility and TRX training. Both groups participated in pre-test and post-test and they did the core stability and TRX exercises for eight weeks, three sessions a week. Static and dynamic balance were evaluated by BESS and Y tests respectively, respectively. The endurance of the core region was also evaluated by McGill's endurance tests. In addition, landing mechanics were evaluated using the LESS test. Ancova test was used to compare the differences between the research variables by two types of training. The stability of the core body of the body was used in two groups of and also t-test for correlating the changes within the group.
The results of the analysis of T-test showed that in the results of the stable training (P≤0.001) and TRX (P≤0.001) effect on score of the error of landing error, LESS, flexion 60 °, Sorensen, Planck Right, static balance and total dynamic balance score. In the post-test between there are significant differences between the two groups in the TRX and core stability in LESS, Sorensen, static balance in the state stand on two feet on a soft surface and stand in the Tandem on a soft surface (P≤0.05).
According to the results, it seems that using the core stability training TRX by helping to improve the landing jump activity, as well as improving muscular balance and endurance, can be eliminated by modifying some of the risk factors associated with anterior cruciate ligament injury to prevent Lower limb non-limiting injury in athletes with trunk defects.
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