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1- Korea Institute for Applied Anatomy, College of Sports Science, National Sport University of Korea, Yangjaedero 1239, Songpagu, Seoul, Korea
2- Department of Neurosurgery, CHA Gumi Medical Center, CHA University, Pocheon, Korea. , humil@naver.com
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Background. Futsal may have problems with the condition due to injuries due to the nature of the game requiring high-intensity performance and may harm injuries and normal athletic performance.
Objectives. This study aimed to measure the speed, agility, quickness, dynamic balance, active range of motion, and reaction time, which are factors affecting the performance of the self-myofascial release exercise program for 12 weeks before and after applying it to professional futsal players.
Methods. This study was conducted in two groups: a group that applied general training and self-myofascial release exercise (EX) and a control group that applied only general training (CON). The self-myofascial release program in this study was constructed by referring to the National Academy of Sports Medicine policy using a foam roller. The exercise program was applied 3 times a week for 30 minutes for 12 weeks after general training.
Results. The functions of all variables in the exercise group improved, and the functions of all variables in the control group decreased. As a result of the EX test, dynamic stability was most significantly improved (t=-8.165, p=0.001), and the variable that showed a significant difference according to the interaction effect between groups was dynamic stability (F=10.238, p=0.006)., the joint range (F=4.900, p=0.042).
Conclusion. It can be seen that the effects on variables between groups differ sharply depending on whether or not self-myofascial release is performed.
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APPLICABLE REMARKS
• This study supports that self-myofascial release improves the performance of futsal players.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Exercise, Training and Health
Received: 2022/06/24 | Accepted: 2022/08/30

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