THE BALANCE EEFFECT OF THE LEG MUSCLES PLYOMETRIC TRAINING IN AEROBICS DANCE
A study of the balance effect of the leg muscles plyometric training in aerobics dance. 1. To increase the balance in aerobic dance of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University students. 2. To compare the results of the balance ability of students before training. 3. To compare the results of balance ability of students after being trained.
The population of this study was 30 male students of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, age between 18 - 21 years, divided into 2 groups: control group (15 trainees) and experimental group (15 trainees trained). Pilot Metric training was designed for participants in the group. Training is a method. Squat sample is to point the toes a little bit, knees pointing to the front. Minimize and spring up for 40 seconds in 3 sets during play to complete set to a 3-minute break with the Squat Jump is knee angle 90 degrees, always two consecutive alternates. For the duration of 40 minutes, 3 sets were used during the play to complete a 3-minute break. Practice 3 days a week for 8 weeks. The statistics used for data analysis were the mean and the baseline. Ben The differences between the groups were tested by independent t-test and paired t-test.
The results showed that the physical characteristics of the sample group include Age, Weight, Height and Body mass index between two groups were no statistically significant difference at .05 levels. The comparison of balance in aerobic dance of students in spending time in balance found that the experimental group has balance ability more than the control group was significantly at the .05 level.
Conclusion the plyometric training of leg muscles for 8 weeks, which able to improve the strength of the leg muscles, power and balance ability of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University students.