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effect of age on isokinetic strength of the lower extremity

Ben Stern

effect of age on isokinetic strength of the lower extremity

by Ben Stern

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muscle strength -- Age factors,
  • Joints -- Aging,
  • Joints -- Range of motion -- Age factors,
  • Aging -- Physiological aspects,
  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ben Stern.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 56 leaves ;
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13628966M
    OCLC/WorldCa47992595

      The muscle weakness in the trunk and lower extremity is especially important for ambulation and requires strength training [11, 12]. Studies have revealed the positive effects of strength training and the relationship of muscle power with activity in children with CP. Strength training in CP patients leads to increased muscle power. Knee extension and flexion strength deficits have been reported to place unnecessary stress on the ACL due to a loss in lower extremity control. Knee extension and flexion strength are often assessed during the various stages of an ACL rehabilitation protocol and used as a gauge of functional ability and subsequently in the decision of when.

    Age-related losses in lower extremity strength result in functional disabilities that diminish the quality of life for many older adults. Multiple factors, including type of muscle fiber, size of the muscle, length and speed of the muscle at contraction, age, and gender, affect the magnitude of strength generated.   The purpose of this study was to determine the isokinetic strength of the shoulders of high school and college-aged baseball pitchers. Twenty-four athletes ranging from 14 to 21 years of age volunteered for this study. The CybeP I1 and U.B.X. T. were utilized to test the strength of the shoulder abductors/adductors, flexors/extensors.

    Six weeks of maximal isokinetic strengthening of the knee musculature, [10,23] 9 weeks of bilateral isokinetic program using the Kinetron, as well as an 8-week isokinetic strengthening program of isolated flexor and extensor muscle groups of the paretic lower extremity has also been reported to improve walking speed.   Effects of isokinetic eccentric versus traditional lower body resistance training on muscle function: examining a multiple-joint short-term training model. Joshua P. Gordon, a Brennan J. Thompson, a b Joshua S. Crane, a b Eadric Bressel, a b Dale R. Wagner a. a Kinesiology and Health Science Department, Utah State University, Logan, UT , USA.


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Effect of age on isokinetic strength of the lower extremity by Ben Stern Download PDF EPUB FB2

Methods. Twenty participants (age, ± years) with chronic stroke were randomized into 2 groups. The experimental group undertook maximal concentric isokinetic strength training, whereas the control group received passive range of motion of the paretic lower extremity 3 times a week for 6 by: Materials and Methods: The study was carried out with isokinetic strength training and measurement of 18 lower extremities of nine healthy individuals (three males and six females) with a mean age.

The purpose of this double-blind, controlled pilot study was to determine the effect of 6 weeks of maximal isokinetic strengthening of the paretic lower extremity on (1) lower extremity strength (flexors and extensors of the hip, knee, and ankle), (2) walking speed (level-walking and stair-walking), and (3) health-related quality of life (HRQoL Cited by: The Effect of Sex and Age on Isokinetic Hip-Abduction Torques The purpose of this study was to test the effect of a jump-training program on landing mechanics and lower extremity strength in.

isokinetic leg strength. The mean age of players was (standard deviation ) years. We observed considerable effects for overall, severe and lower extremity injuries. The programme. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of 7 weeks of high- and low-velocity resistance training on strength and sprint running performance in nine male elite junior sprint runners (age.

Introduction. Stroke is a common cause of weakness, gait disorder, and disability. It has been shown that muscle strength has been in association with gait performance [].On the other hand, isokinetic system is a convenient application used for testing and improving the loss of kinetic chain causing functional loss, mobility, and eventually the quality of life in individuals with stroke [2,3].

47 Citation: Singhal S, Pattnaik M, Mohanty P. Comparison of isokinetic strengthening with functional strengthening of lower limb and their effect on gait in hemiparesis due to stroke. J Neurol Neurorehabil Res. ;2(1) J Neurol Neurorehabil Res olume 2. Effect of static stretching of the biceps brachii on torque, electromyography, and mechanomyography during concentric isokinetic muscle actions.

J Strength Cond Res ; [18] Ayala F, Croix MD, de Baranda PS, Santonja F. Acute effects of two different stretching techniques on isokinetic strength and power.

Abstract: To study the effect of Tai-chi exercise on lower limb muscle strength, bone mineral density and balance function of elderly female, urban elderly women, who do insufficient exercise in daily life, are selected as the subject and randomly divided into an observation group (Tai Chi Group), a control group I (Dance Group) and a control group II (Walking Group).

The transfer of training effects of multiple-joint isokinetic resistance training to dynamic exercise performance remain poorly understood.

Thus, the purpose of the present study was to investigate the magnitude of isokinetic and dynamic one repetition-maximum (1RM) strength and local muscular endurance increases after 6 weeks of multiple-joint isokinetic resistance training.

32, 33 Our findings suggest that unilateral ankle isokinetic exercise improves ankle muscle strength of contralateral lower extremity.

In addition, this improvement may have been the result of. The present study aimed to evaluate the relationship between isokinetic strength and the risk of lower extremity injury among Iranian young football players.

Method ology: seventy three U football players participated in this study. Effect of age and fall status on lower-extremity muscle activation and joint torque and power in physically active women Lower-extremity strength and neuromuscular parameters that are more affected with age and in individuals more prone to Measures were taken from concentric contractions during isokinetic sagittal plane movements at Peak isometric and isokinetic concentric and eccentric strength increased across the week training period for all three training groups (p isokinetic concentric, and isokinetic eccentric strength generated by the training group that trained using that.

OBJECTIVE: To determine the safety and efficacy of 3 months of resistive training of multiple lower extremity muscle groups compared with balance training in persons over 75 years.

DESIGN: Randomized 3‐month clinical ts (n =mean age 80) were randomized to 4 groups in a 2 × 2 design (control, resistive, balance, combined resistive/balance). Group B: (concentric isokinetic training): 12 sessions of concentric isokinetic knee extension-flexion repetitions of the affected knee.

Patients will have resistance training two times a week for 6 weeks (12 sessions) with a minimum of 1 day of rest between sessions in order to minimize the potential effect of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). ance task, the single leg hopfor distance test, after fourweeksofisokinetic strength training.

Methods SUBJECTS Subjects for this study consisted of 15 healthy college aged volunteers (mean (SD) age () years, mean(SD)height () cm, mean(SD) weight () kg) withnopre-vious history ofinjury to the lower extremity.

Patients in isokinetic group showed a significant improvement in quadriceps strength, quadriceps size and gait parameters as compared with those in the control group.

Quadriceps strength and percentage of improvement was ± Nm (%) for isokinetic group and ±. Isoinertial strength exercise was three sets of squats with a load of 80% of one repetition maximum.

Isokinetic strength exercise was five repetitions of leg extensions performed at five different contractile speeds (,and rad?s−1). Eniseler N, Sahan C, Vurgun H, Mavi HF.

Isokinetic strength Responses to season-long training and Competition in Turkish elite soccer players. J Hum Kinet ; [16] Fousekis K, Tsepis E, Vagenas G. Lower limb strength in professional soccer players: profile, asymmetry, and training age.

J Sport Sci Med ; 9(May): [17]. isokinetic, comparison, concentric and eccentric training. quadriceps. 70 isometric, breathing instruction effect on blood pressure during. abstract. post-polio syndrome, abstract, progressive individualized.

book review. test~ng, modern medicine, book review. 80 Extremity: see also Lower and Upper Extremity.METHODS: In a counterbalanced, crossover study, 14 healthy non-athletic males ( ± years) performed isokinetic muscle strength and endurance tests of the dominant leg on an isokinetic dynamometer, preceded by either IPC on bilateral thighs (3 × 5-min compression/5-min reperfusion cycles at 50 mmHg greater than the participant’s systolic blood pressure) or SHAM (10 mmHg) .