The effect of six week mixed exercise (power & plyometric) of dynamic balance in Takhti school physical education students in Babol city
The purpose of this research was the considering of the effect of six week mixed exercise (power & plyometric) of dynamic balance in Takhti school physical education students in Babol city. 60 male athlete students (physical education), without record of injury in lower organs, head & auricle disorders voluntarily participated in this research and randomly divided into two 15 individual groups (first group: power exercise; second group: plyometric exercise; third group: mixed exercise (power and plyometric) and forth group: control group). The day before the performing of the six weeks exercise program, dynamic balance of examined students measured by Star Excursion Balance test (SEBT). During the six weeks that exercise group did their special exercises, the control group was asked to keep their daily body exercises and their own exercise. The day after the exercise period finished, the dynamic balance of examined students measured. Descriptive statistics one variable variance analyzes and perspective Tukey test in meaning level α≤0/05 used for statistical analyze. The results showed that power exercise, plyometric and mixed, caused meaningful increasing of examined students success distance in all eight aspects of SEBT. According to the results of the research, the use of mixed exercise, plyometric and power (specially mixed exercises) is suggested in order to decrease the probability of injury and the improvement of athlete’s dynamic balance. .
Keywords: Power Exercise, Plyometric Exercise, Mixed Exercise, Dynamic Balance
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