Objective: The project aimed to implement neuromuscular training during a full soccer and handball league season and to experimentally analyze the neuromuscular adaptation mechanisms elicited by this training during a standardized sidecutting maneuver known to be associated with non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.
Frequent neuromuscular exercises prevent severe knee injury in adolescent team handball players and should thus be included in the practical routine as well as in the education of team coaches. Neuromuscular exercises prevent severe knee injury in adolescent team handball players
Neuromuscular Coordination and Proprioceptive Training in Young Handball Players ... neuromuscular coordination. performance. P r o c e d i a - S o c i a l a n d B e ...
Introduction of a neuromuscular training program will increase muscle strength, balance, and proprioception in elite female handball players. Design . Prospective intervention study. Participants . Thirty-five female team handball players from 2 teams in the elite division participated. Their mean age was 23 (±2.5) years, and their mean weight was 69.2 (±7.3) kg.
Effect of Neuromuscular Training on Proprioception, Balance, Muscle Strength, and Lower Limb Function in Female Team Handball Players Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 2004 May Risberg
J Strength Cond Res 25(X): 000-000, 2011-The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of added neuromuscular training (NMT), as compared to just regular training (RT), on lower extremity kinematics and single leg stability in adolescent team handball players of both sexes and to investigate whether these effects are more evident in valgus aligned athletes.
conditions of coordination (Acsinte et. al., 2012). If similar programs of neuromuscular training had been initiated complete, spread on a large scale, the handball players could reach optimum levels of performance, by the combinatorial effects of improving power, force, speed, stability of the pelvic area,
The combined estimate for RCT studies examining a preventative effect of neuromuscular training in the reduction DISCUSSION of lower extremity injuries in youth team sport (soccer, A rigorous systematic review and meta-analyses based on avail- European handball, basketball) demonstrates a signiﬁcant overall able RCTs has demonstrated a substantial overall protective protective effect (IRR=0.64 (95% CI 0.49 to 0.84) or a 36% effect of neuromuscular injury prevention training programmes ...
ization. Methods: Two independent researchers performed a literature search in various electronic databases and reference lists. The reviewers independently assessed trials for inclusion criteria and methodological quality and extracted the data. Focusing on studies of high methodological quality, relative risks (RR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) were used to estimate treatment effects ...
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