TAPAN, HEPY (2004) PERBANDINGAN WAKTU KETAHANAN BEBERAPA LATIHAN STABILITAS PINGGANG DAWAH PADA SUBYEK SEHAT. Masters thesis, Program Pendidikan Pasca sarjana Universitas Diponegoro.
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Tapan H. The Comparison of endurance times for some low back stabilization exercises of healthy subjects. Objectives : To establish the target time for low back stabilization exercises Design : Approximately experiment Participants : Forty-four young healthy subjects (men and women) Setting : Akademi Fisioterapi Santo Lukas in Tomohon —North Sulawesi Period : April to July 2003 Intervension : All subjects performed flexor and extensor exercise, left and right lateral flexor exercise then the endurance times were recorded by a stopwatch. Afterwards the endurance times of the flexor and extensor of men and women and the endurance times of left and right of the lateral flexor of both sexes were compared. Result : There is no significant difference of median endurance times for flexor exercises of men and women (p>0,01). There is significant difference of median endurance times for left lateral flexor exercises of men and women (p<0,05). There is a very considerable difference the average endurance times for extensor and flexor exercises (p<0,01). There is no significant difference of the average endurance times for left and right lateral flexor exercises (p>0,05). Conclusions : The average endurance times for low back extensor of healthy men are 94,58 seconds and women 77,92 seconds. There is no significant difference between men and women. The average endurance times for extensor low back exercise of healthy subjects are 85,11 seconds and low back flexor exercises are 144,75 seconds. This means that there is a very considerable difference of the endurance times for flexor and extensor exercises. The average endurance times for left lateral flexor of healthy subjects are 47,52 seconds and 42,66 secondsfor lateral right flexor of healthy subjects. Thus there is no fignificant difference between the encurance times for left and right lateral flexor exercises.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Subjects:||R Medicine > R Medicine (General)|
|Divisions:||School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Biomedical Science|
|Deposited By:||Mr UPT Perpus 1|
|Deposited On:||30 May 2010 13:24|
|Last Modified:||30 May 2010 13:24|
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