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comparison of the effects of stretch duration and repetitions on hamstring extensibility
Gent N. Mende
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Comparison of four clinical tests for assessing hamstring muscle length. J orthop sports phys ther. 18(5) C. D. Weijer, C Gorniak: The effect of static stretch and warm up exercise on hamstring length over the course of 24 hours, Journal of . Summary of Search (Best Evidence Appraised and Key Findings) • The literature was searched for level 2 evidence or higher and a PEDro score of 5/10 or higher for articles that compared PNF stretching with static stretching and their effects on hamstring extensibility or hip-flexion ROM in a physically active population. • The initial literature search returned 11 possible studies related Cited by: 2.
A comparison of the effects of stretch duration and repetitions on hamstring extensibility Comparison of the Duration of Maintained Calf Muscle Flexibility After Static Stretching, Eccentric Training on Stable Surface, and Eccentric Training on Unstable Surfaces in Young Adults With Calf Muscle Tightness. As you do so, flex the ankle to stretch the calf muscles. Hold. Repeat with the left leg. This is one rep. Continue alternating leg positions until you finish all reps. Tips and techniques: Stretch the leg extended toward the ceiling to the point of mild tension without any pressure behind the knee or any pain.
To compare the effect of DTFM vs static and dynamic stretching techniques on the hamstring’s extensibility, agility, and strength amongst Lebanese and Syrian football players. Recording the incidence of non-contact hamstring muscle injury was a secondary : Mohammed Ali Fakhro, Hussein Chahine, Hassan Srour, Kasim Hijazi. Ex Rx (Ch. ) STUDY. A single stretch sustained for _____ produces a 30% increase in viscoelastic stress relaxation and decreases muscle stiffness for up to 1 hour. 90 seconds. What is the client's position for measuring shoulder flexion? supine. Which test was designed to measure the flexibility of one hamstring at a time and relieve.
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Get this from a library. A comparison of the effects of stretch duration and repetitions on hamstring extensibility. [Gent N Mende]. However, the existence of an optimal stretch duration has not been proven and the identification of an ideal number of repetitions of a stretch has received little attention in the literature.
The purpose of this study was to examine and clarify the relationship of duration and number of repetitions of a stretch and their effect on changes in hamstring extensibility (HE) resulting from a stretching by: 1.
Science A Comparison of the Effects of Stretch Duration and Repetitions on Hamstring Extensibility Investigators: Gent Mende ().
Statistical package for the social sciences. This study was intended to compare the immediate, short term and long term effects of active isolated stretch versus post isometric relaxation on hamstring flexibility in young healthy adults students were assigned randomly into two groups with 17 and 18 in each group.
Forty healthy subjects (24 males and 16 females) aged 18 to 30 years were randomly assigned to one of four groups. The two training groups underwent static stretch training of the hamstrings. The aim of the study was to evaluate changes in hamstring flexibility in asymptomatic children who participated in a 6-week program consisting of one physiotherapy session per week and daily home exercises.
The recruitment criteria included age (10–13 years), no pain, injury or musculoskeletal disorder throughout the previous year, physical activity limited to school sport. The effect of static stretch and warm-up exercise on hamstring length over the course of 24 hours.
J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. ;– Hartig DE, Henderson by: 4. There appears to be an age effect for optimal stretch duration but it remains unknown if change in the number of repetitions and sets would alter the findings of Feland et al.
() or Reid & McNair (, ). The number and duration of stretch can be customized to each person as long as the total duration of stretch is by: Our results suggest that 4 consecutive second static stretches enhanced hamstring flexibility (as determined by increased knee-extension range of motion), but this effect lasted only 3 minutes after cessation of the stretching protocol.
A second stretch produced a greater rate of gains in ROM (second stretch = degrees per week, second stretch = degrees per week, second stretch =. WD Bandy, JM Irion, The effect of time on static stretch on the flexibility of the hamstring muscles, PHYS THER September74(9) pp Odunaiya N.A., Hamzat T.K., Ajayi O.F.,The Effects of Static Stretch Duration on the Flexibility of Hamstring Muscles, African Journal of Biomedical Research, Vol 8 (); repetitions of a stretch on hamstring extensibility.
Statement of the Problem. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the time a stretch is held (15 sec or 30 sec) and the number of times it is performed (1 or 2 repetitions) on improving active hamstring extensibility of healthy male and female subjects.
Research Hypotheses. Each treatment session comprised five repetitions of stretch and successive treatments were separated by at least 24 hours. Main outcome measures: The distance between greater trochanter and lateral malleolus and hamstring electromyographic (EMG) activity during passive knee extension by: - Gateway to access, disperse and preserve knowledge!Author: Mumtajben Payla, Manmit Gill, Sandhya Kashyapketan Singal, Nikita Shah.
Extensibility, agility, and strength were compared between intervention groups at (baseline; acute; and chronic) phases. Straight leg raise and 1 repetition maximum tests were used to measure the dominant leg hamstring muscle extensibility and maximal strength respectively. T-drill test was used to assess the lower extremities : Mohammed Ali Fakhro, Hussein Chahine, Hassan Srour, Kasim Hijazi.
Results. A significant interaction was observed between intervention and time for hamstring extensibility, F(2,58) =p effect of intervention for the tested leg was not significant, p indicating that there was no difference between the two stretch r, main effect for time was significant (p hamstring extensibility (for both Cited by: for increasing hamstring flexibility and 2) to determine the effects of increasing hamstring flexibility on isokinetic peak torque.
Nineteen subjects participated in this study. A two-way analysis of variance was used to compare two stretching techniques: proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretch and static stretch. A biomechanical evaluation of cyclic and static stretch in human skeletal muscle.
mt J Sports Med. A comparison of the effects of repetitions and duration ofa stretch on hamstring extensibility. Oregon State University Thesis. Full Length Research Article The Effects of Static Stretch Duration on the Flexibility of Hamstring Muscles ODUNAIYA N.A., *HAMZAT T.K., AJAYI O.F.
Department of Physio therapy College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; Received: November. The number of studies examined the efficacy of hamstrings stretches duration of up to 30 seconds found that 30 seconds stretch is more efficient for increasing muscle length than shorter time applications.
Bandy and Irion () established that 30 seconds stretch was superior to 15 seconds regardless of the number of repetitions. A comparison of the immediate effects of eccentric training vs static stretch on hamstring flexibility in high school and college athletes.
N Am J Sports Phys Ther ; Puentedura EJ, Huijbregts PA, and Celeste S et al. Immediate effects of quantified hamstring stretching:Hold-relax proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation versus static Cited by: 1.The Effect of Static Stretch and Warm-up Exercise on Hamstring Length Over the Course of 24 Hours Volkert C.
de Weijer, MScPT, MTC, CSCS1 Gerard C. Gorniak, PT, PhD2 Eric Shamus, PT, PhD, CSCS3 Study Design: Experimental pretest-posttest control design. Objectives: The purpose of the study was twofold: (1) to determine the lasting effect of static stretch on hamstring length for up to 24.
For our study, a “long-duration” stretch was defined as a stretch of greater than 30 seconds' duration for one repetition, and a “low-intensity” stretch was defined as a stretch based on each subject's perception of the onset of discomfort in the back of the thigh.
Low-intensity and long-duration stretching approaches may optimize Cited by: