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Exercise Science 2022;31(2): 215-221.
서킷 형태의 근신경 운동이 MZ세대의 근력, 순발력, 기능적 수행력에 미치는 영향
충북대학교 체육교육과
Effect of Circuit Type Neuromuscular Training on Strength, Power, and Functional Performance in MZ Generation
Kwang-Jin Lee
Department of Physical Education, Chungbuk National University, Cheong, Korea
Correspondence  Kwang-Jin Lee , Tel: +82-, Fax: +82-43-262-9322, Email: lhzzang2@hanmail.net
Received: February 25, 2022;  Accepted: March 25, 2022.  Published online: May 31, 2022.
This study aimed to investigate the effects of circuit-type neuromuscular training (CTNT) on strength, power, and functional performance among the MZ generation.
Twenty-eight participants were assigned to either the circuit-type neuromuscular training group (CTNTG, n=14) or the control group (CG, n=14). CTNT was performed for 50 minutes a day, 2–3 times a week, for 6 weeks. The CG only performed activities of daily living during the study period. Baseline and post measures included isometric muscular strength (knee flexion, knee extension, back flexion, back extension), vertical jump, 30 m sprint, T-agility, and Y-balance tests.
The results showed that the CTNT had a positive effect on the improvement of knee flexion (p=.015), knee extension (p=.047), back extension (p=.003), vertical jump (p=.025), T-agility (p=.046), posteromedial (p=.031), posterolateral (p=.022), and composite score (p=.032).
These findings can be a factor that the strength, power, and functional performance of MZ generation can be sufficiently improved through the CTNT program. This suggests that CTNT is the most appropriate exercise intervention method to improve the strength, power, and functional performance of the MZ generation.
Key words: Circuit type neuromuscular training, Strength, Power, Functional performance, MZ generation
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