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1- Anatomy Laboratory, College of Sports Science, Korea National Sport University.
2- Anatomy Laboratory, College of Sports Science, Korea National Sport University. ,
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Background. The purpose of this study was to measure the alignment level, bone density, and body composition of the human body using DEXA and formetric 4D before and after applying the taping treatment and corrective exercise program for 8 weeks, and analyze the difference. Methods. This study was conducted in three different groups: those who applied exercise and taping (TCEG), those who only applied exercise (CEG), and the control group, who applied neither (CG). The correct exercise program of this study was constructed by referring to corrective exercise for dysfunction of the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex. After conducting overhead squat motion evaluation for the study participants, two programs, upper and lower body, were created and applied alternately, in consideration of the compensation action. Results. As for the post-mortem results of TECG, the change in the torso slope and the average value were the highest, and the left and right results were significant in the degree of torso imbalance. As a result of measuring pelvic tilt and torsion, the most corrected value in TECG was confirmed. Conclusion. We think it is necessary to correct the body shape through corrective exercise. Although various studies on corrective exercise have been conducted, they do not provide a clear standard, and body imbalance is related to a number of factors, so it is necessary to conduct research at a more systemic level. As in this study, it is considered that various factors need to be considered, such as attempts to correct the alignment of the spine and pelvis, as well as the differences in body composition. In the future, a complex and diverse follow-up study of corrective exercise programs and body imbalance will be needed.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Exercise, Training and Health
Received: 2021/08/30 | Accepted: 2021/01/12

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