Lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6-week integrated training program

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Title translated into German:Biomechanik der unteren Extremität bei Sportlern mit Sprunggelenkinstabilität nach einem kombinierten sechswöchigen Trainingsprogramm
Author:Huang, Pi-Yin; Chen, Wen-Ling; Lin, Cheng-Feng; Lee, Heng-Ju
Published in:Journal of athletic training
Published:49 (2014), 2, S. 163-172, Lit.
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Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1062-6050, 0160-8320, 1938-162X
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title Lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6-week integrated training program
spellingShingle Lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6-week integrated training program
Analyse, biomechanische
Biomechanik
Extremität, untere
Gelenkinstabilität
Gleichgewichtsschulung
Gleichgewichtsvermögen
Haltungsstabilität
Landung
Plyometrie
Sportler
Sprunggelenk
Sprungtraining
Trainingseffektivität
Trainingsprogramm
Untersuchung, empirische
title_sort lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6week integrated training program
title_short Lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6-week integrated training program
title_alt Biomechanik der unteren Extremität bei Sportlern mit Sprunggelenkinstabilität nach einem kombinierten sechswöchigen Trainingsprogramm
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Elektronische Ressource (online)
Gedruckte Ressource
city Dallas (Tex)
abstract Context: Plyometric exercise has been recommended to prevent lower limb injury, but its feasibility in and effects on those with functional ankle instability (FAI) are unclear. Objective: To investigate the effect of integrated plyometric and balance training in participants with FAI during a single-legged drop landing and single-legged standing position. Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Setting: University motion-analysis laboratory. Patients or Other Participants: Thirty athletes with FAI were divided into 3 groups: plyometric group (8 men, 2 women, age = 23.20 ± 2.82 years; 10 unstable ankles), plyometric-balance (integrated)–training group (8 men, 2 women, age = 23.80 ± 4.13 years; 10 unstable ankles), and control group (7 men, 3 women, age = 23.50 ± 3.00 years; 10 unstable ankles). Intervention(s): A 6-week plyometric-training program versus a 6-week integrated-training program. Main Outcome Measure(s): Postural sway during single-legged standing with eyes open and closed was measured before and after training. Kinematic data were recorded during medial and lateral single-legged drop landings after a 5-second single-legged stance. Results: Reduced postural sway in the medial-lateral direction and reduced sway area occurred in the plyometric- and integrated-training groups. Generally, the plyometric training and integrated training increased the maximum angles at the hip and knee in the sagittal plane, reduced the maximum angles at the hip and ankle in the frontal and transverse planes in the lateral drop landing, and reduced the time to stabilization for knee flexion in the medial drop landing. Conclusions: After 6 weeks of plyometric training or integrated training, individuals with FAI used a softer landing strategy during drop landings and decreased their postural sway during the single-legged stance. Plyometric training improved static and dynamic postural control and should be incorporated into rehabilitation programs for those with FAI. Verf.-Referat
abstract_lang eng
abstract_type abstract
author2 Huang, Pi-Yin
Chen, Wen-Ling
Lin, Cheng-Feng
Lee, Heng-Ju
author_facet Huang, Pi-Yin
Chen, Wen-Ling
Lin, Cheng-Feng
Lee, Heng-Ju
author2-role Autor
Autor
Autor
Autor
author_author_facet Huang, Pi-Yin
Chen, Wen-Ling
Lin, Cheng-Feng
Lee, Heng-Ju
spelling Huang, Pi-Yin
Chen, Wen-Ling
Lin, Cheng-Feng
Lee, Heng-Ju




1062-6050
0160-8320
1938-162X
1202960-9
10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.10
Analyse, biomechanische
Biomechanik
Extremität, untere
Gelenkinstabilität
Gleichgewichtsschulung
Gleichgewichtsvermögen
Haltungsstabilität
Landung
Plyometrie
Sportler
Sprunggelenk
Sprungtraining
Trainingseffektivität
Trainingsprogramm
Untersuchung, empirische
ankle joint
athlete
balance
balance training
biomechanical analysis
biomechanics
empirical investigation
joint instability
jumping training
landing
lower extremity
plyometrics
postural stability
training effectiveness
training program
Aktivitätsprogramm
Programm
Fussknoechel
Knoechel
Fussgelenk
Gelenkinsuffizienz
Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Trainingserfolg
Athlet
Profisportler
Analyse, methodische
Aufzeichnung, biomechanische
Untersuchung, biomechanische
Bewegung, physikalische
Merkmal, biomechanisches
Biokinematik
Prinzip, biomechanisches
Bein
Beinversehrter
Beinigkeit
Beinamputierter
Landephase
Landetechnik
Gleichgewichtstraining
Tiefsprungtraining
Gleichgewicht
ankle
articular instability
instability of a joint
empirical study
effectiveness of training
sportsman
lower limb
jump training
Lower extremity biomechanics in athletes with ankle instability after a 6-week integrated training program
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issn 1062-6050
0160-8320
1938-162X
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doi 10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.10
url http://natajournals.org/doi/full/10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.10
http://natajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.10
https://dx.doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.10
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topic Analyse, biomechanische
Biomechanik
Extremität, untere
Gelenkinstabilität
Gleichgewichtsschulung
Gleichgewichtsvermögen
Haltungsstabilität
Landung
Plyometrie
Sportler
Sprunggelenk
Sprungtraining
Trainingseffektivität
Trainingsprogramm
Untersuchung, empirische
topic_facet Analyse, biomechanische
Biomechanik
Extremität, untere
Gelenkinstabilität
Gleichgewichtsschulung
Gleichgewichtsvermögen
Haltungsstabilität
Landung
Plyometrie
Sportler
Sprunggelenk
Sprungtraining
Trainingseffektivität
Trainingsprogramm
Untersuchung, empirische
topic_en ankle joint
athlete
balance
balance training
biomechanical analysis
biomechanics
empirical investigation
joint instability
jumping training
landing
lower extremity
plyometrics
postural stability
training effectiveness
training program
topic_en_facet ankle joint
athlete
balance
balance training
biomechanical analysis
biomechanics
empirical investigation
joint instability
jumping training
landing
lower extremity
plyometrics
postural stability
training effectiveness
training program
synonym Aktivitätsprogramm
Programm
Fussknoechel
Knoechel
Fussgelenk
Gelenkinsuffizienz
Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Trainingserfolg
Athlet
Profisportler
Analyse, methodische
Aufzeichnung, biomechanische
Untersuchung, biomechanische
Bewegung, physikalische
Merkmal, biomechanisches
Biokinematik
Prinzip, biomechanisches
Bein
Beinversehrter
Beinigkeit
Beinamputierter
Landephase
Landetechnik
Gleichgewichtstraining
Tiefsprungtraining
Gleichgewicht
synonym_en ankle
articular instability
instability of a joint
empirical study
effectiveness of training
sportsman
lower limb
jump training
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