The integrated dynamic exercise advancement system technique for progressing functional closed kinetic chain rehabilitation programs

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Title translated into German:Die Technik des "Integrated dynamic exercise advancement system" (Integrierte Belastungssteigerung der dynamischen Muskelarbeit) zur Optimierung von zyklischem Muskeltraining in der Rehabilitation
Author:Pitney, W.A.; Bunton, E.E.
Published in:Journal of athletic training
Published:29 (1994), 4 , S. 297-300, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1062-6050, 0160-8320, 1938-162X
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Identification number:PU199704203947
Source:BISp

Author's abstract

Graded exercise progressions are necessary during the rehabilitation process. We developed the Integrated Dynamic Exercise Advancement System (IDEAS) to fill this void. There appears to be a lack of progression/advancement systems for closed kinetic chain exercises, even though the IDEAS technique for advancing closed chain activities is comprised of two phases: preparing a safe environment and advancing the exercise. Phase one includes a conceptual checklist to assess the safety of the environment. Phase two is a six-step process that challenges each plane of motion by adding speed, workload, external stimuli, and terrain changes. The IDEAS technique is presented to safely prepare an environment and help clinicians to put thought into advancing an exercise program. The IDEAS technique is suggested for use in other arenas such as strength and conditioning. Verf.-Referat