Life Quality Increase Using Locomotion in Students with Disabilities
1 Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Lenin Avenue, 30, Tomsk, Russia
2 Tomsk State University, 634050 Lenin Avenue, 36, Tomsk, Russia
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The aspects of the bioelectrical muscular activity of lower extremities, motor coordination and balance in football players with musculoskeletal disorders when performing a ball shot have been studied. The study has demonstrated that football players with musculoskeletal disorders while performing a ball shot experienced movement linearity disorders, manifested as motor coordination disorders, possibly related to the displacement of the general centre of gravity. However, these disorders in student football players were compensated by decrease of the general centre of gravity range and the fluctuation rate in sagittal and frontal planes, thus promoting an increase of the balance quality. The student football players with musculoskeletal disorders while performing a ball shot experienced simultaneous restructure in the activity of lower extremity muscles: an increase of lower leg muscle activity was accompanied by a hip muscle activity decrease. The results would help us to correct the training program for football players with musculoskeletal disorders, by adding physical exercises, aimed at strengthening hip muscles and the inclusion of additional coordination and balance exercises.
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