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      Effects of proprioception training combined with core stability training on balance ability of college students

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          Objective To explore the effect of proprioception combined with core stability training on the static balance ability and dynamic balance ability of college students, and to provide an experimental basis for studying body balance ability and preventing sports injuries.

          Methods In August 2019, 112 non-sports students from Shandong Institute of Physical Education were recruited, and 52 subjects were selected as the intervention group and 60 as the control group by random number table method. The intervention group was given proprioceptive training combined with core stability training, while the control group was given core stability training. The static and dynamic balance abilities of the two groups of subjects before and after training were compared.

          Results The static balance ability of the intervention group was higher than that before the intervention ( F=2.17, P<0.05) at the 5th and 11th weeks, which were 18.31% and 47.37% higher, respectively. The ability to stand on one foot with eyes closed at the 11th week in the intervention group was higher than that in the control group at the 11th week ( t=2.25, P<0.05). After training, the equilibrioception of the intervention group was improved, increasingly improved in the 11th week. And compared with that in intervention group in the 5th and 11th week, the ability was also higher than the balance ability of the intervention group before the intervention ( F=2.37, P<0.01), 12.01% and 12.99% higher, respectively.

          Conclusion Proprioception and core stability training can effectively improve the static and dynamic balance ability of college students, and the training effect of proprioceptive training combined with core stability training is better than that of core stability training.

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          【摘要】 目的 探讨本体感觉联合核心稳定性训练对大学生静态平衡能力、动态平衡能力的影响, 为研究身体平衡能力 及预防运动损伤提供实验依据。 方法 2019 年 8 月招募山东体育学院 112 名非体育专业学生, 采用随机数字表法将 52 例 被试分为干预组, 60 例为对照组。干预组做本体感觉训练联合核心稳定性训练, 对照组做核心稳定性训练。比较两组被 试训练前后的静态、动态平衡能力。 结果 干预组第 5 和 11 周静态平衡能力高于干预前 ( F=2.17, P<0.05), 分别高出 18.31% 和 47.37%。干预组第 11 周闭目单足站立能力高于对照组第 11 周 ( t=2.25, P<0.05); 训练后干预组第 5 周外前方 向平衡能力提高, 第 11 周时继续提高, 高于干预组干预前外前方向的平衡能力 ( F=2.37, P<0.01), 分别高出 12.01% 和 12.99%; 且高于对照组第 5 和 11 周。 结论 本体感觉和核心稳定性训练能有效提高大学生静态、动态平衡能力, 且本体感 觉训练联合核心稳定性训练的训练效果优于核心稳定性训练。

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          Journal
          CJSH
          Chinese Journal of School Health
          Chinese Journal of School Health (China )
          1000-9817
          01 March 2022
          01 April 2022
          : 43
          : 3
          : 437-441
          Affiliations
          [1] 1National Basketball Academy, Shandong Sport University, Jinan (250102), China
          Author notes
          *Corresponding author: LI Sunnan, E-mail: hanceli99@ 123456126.com
          Article
          j.cnki.1000-9817.2022.03.029
          10.16835/j.cnki.1000-9817.2022.03.029
          1e19ed13-6f61-4038-a34c-8044f37279c7
          © 2022 Chinese Journal of School Health

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          Ophthalmology & Optometry,Pediatrics,Nutrition & Dietetics,Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry,Public health
          Proprioception,Grwoth and development,Intervention studies,Students,Physical education and training

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