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The Effect of Vibration Training Pre-eccentric Exercise on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness of Triceps Surae

원심성 운동 전 진동 훈련이 하퇴근육의 지연성 근통증에 미치는 영향

  • Kim, Eun-Suk (Department of Physical Therapy, Sahmyook University) ;
  • Kim, Mi-Hwa (Department of Physical Therapy, Sahmyook University) ;
  • Cho, Yu-Mi (Department of Physical Therapy, Sahmyook University) ;
  • Lee, Wan-Hee (Department of Physical Therapy, Sahmyook University)
  • 김은숙 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과) ;
  • 김미화 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과) ;
  • 조유미 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과) ;
  • 이완희 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과)
  • Received : 2011.10.11
  • Accepted : 2011.12.13
  • Published : 2011.12.31

Abstract

This study examined the effect of VT(Vibration Training) on the symptoms of DOMS (Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness) before induced by eccentric exercise of the left leg triceps surae. Twenty one healthy adult men and women who had not participated in a regular exercise program for the lower extremities were assigned to one of two experimental groups: vibration training group, Control group. We measured the VAS(Visual Analogue Scale), ankle plantar flexor strength, triceps surae circumference, CK(Creatine Kinase) before and after exercise and 24, 48 and 72 hours after eccentric exercise. After inducing DOMS, VAS showed significant differences between groups at a point of time 48 hours, and showed significant differences within groups in accordance with the time of measurement(p<.05). Plantar flexor strength of groups with VT did not show significant difference between groups but, showed significant differences within groups in accordance with the time of measurement(p<.05). Triceps surae circumference of groups with VT did not show significant difference between groups but, showed significant differences within groups in accordance with the time of measurement(p<.05). CK of groups with VT did not show significant difference between groups but, showed significant differences within groups in accordance with the time of measurement(p<.05). As a result of the study, VT prior to eccentric exercise is effective to inhibit pain. So, this method can be suggested to prevent DOMS in doing an unfamiliar activites.

Keywords

Eccentric exercise;Vibration traiing;Delayed onset muscle soreness;Triceps surae

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