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Effects of Exercise Continued Until Anaerobic Threshold on Balance Performance in Male Basketball Players

Nurtekin Erkmen / Sibel Suveren / Ahmet Göktepe
  • Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Gulhane Military Medical Academy, Ankara, Turkey
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Published Online: 2012-07-04 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10078-012-0046-0

Effects of Exercise Continued Until Anaerobic Threshold on Balance Performance in Male Basketball Players

The objective of the present study was to determine the effects of exercise continued until the anaerobic threshold on balance performance in basketball players. Twelve male basketball players (age = 20.92 ± 2.81 years, body height = 192.72 ± 7.61 cm, body mass = 88.09 ± 8.41 kg, training experience = 7.17 ± 3.10 years) volunteered to participate in this study. A Kinesthetic Ability Trainer (KAT 2000 stabilometer) was used to measure the balance performance. Balance tests consisted of static tests on dominant, nondominant and double leg stance. The Bruce Protocol was performed by means of a treadmill. The exercise protocol was terminated when the subject passed the anaerobic threshold. After the exercise protocol, balance measurements were immediately repeated. Statistical differences between pre and post-exercise for dominant, nondominant and double leg stance were determined by the paired samples t-test according to the results of the test of normality. The post-exercise balance score on the dominant leg was significantly higher than pre-exercise (t = -2.758, p < 0.05). No differences existed between pre- and postexercise in the balance scores of the nondominant leg after the exercise protocol (t = 0.428, p > 0.05). A significant difference was found between pre and post-exercise balance scores in the double leg stance (t = -2.354, p < 0.05). The main finding of this study was that an incremental exercise continued until the anaerobic threshold decreased balance performance on the dominant leg in basketball players, but did not alter it in the nondominant leg.

Keywords: balance control; basketball players; anaerobic threshold; stabilometer

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Published Online: 2012-07-04

Published in Print: 2012-06-01


Citation Information: Journal of Human Kinetics, ISSN (Online) 1899-7562, ISSN (Print) 1640-5544, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10078-012-0046-0.

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