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Lee M, Lee J, Kwon M G. The Effects of Musculoskeletal Training and Stretching on the Duration of Vocalization Time. Ann Appl Sport Sci 2023; 11 (S1)
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1- School of Music and Arts, College of Music and Arts, Dankook University, Jukjeon, Korea
2- Korea Institute for Applied Anatomy, Korea National Sport University, Songpagu, Seoul, Korea
3- Korea National Sport University, Seoul, Korea , mrkorea97@knsu.ac.kr
Abstract:   (1566 Views)
Background. Musculoskeletal training and stretching aim to maximize vocalists’ physical capacity.
Objectives. This study aimed to determine the effects of core training and stretching, on the physical capacity of vocalists.
Methods. The participants included 14 vocalists, divided into the core training group and the control group. The training was performed for 75 minutes per session for 8 weeks. The maximum phonation time was measured before and after the experiment to prove the effectiveness of this study.
Results. The exercise and stretching programs led to significant improvements in the physical factors associated with the increase in maximum phonation time.
Conclusion. Training programs targeting specific areas that require improvement will increase singing ability.
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APPLICABLE REMARKS
• Providing training programs suitable for specific areas requiring improvement will positively affect vocalists.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Motor Control and its Related Branches
Received: 2022/06/11 | Accepted: 2022/08/13

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