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The Effect of Pilates Exercises in the Repair of the Aberration and Balance of the Muscles of Shoulder Girdle as a Beginning for the Fitness


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1 Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Thi-Qar University, Iraq
     

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Fitness refers to the good health of athletes, then, it is necessary for every athlete to duty the importance of management and agreement in the training of muscle groups then everything related to the substratum and muscle balance and evaluate it by using the Pilates way to identify its elements and secrets so as to raise the substratum of the athlete and rehabilitation of distortions and deviations, creating healthy habits, and spreading fitness awareness among athletes through working to improve strength, lengthening and muscular balance of the shoulders. Thus, the researcher used the experimental approach by using the experimental design with one suitable group of the research, while, the sample of the research that made up of (12) athletes, that has been chosen by the researcher by using the intentional method for those who are suffering from the aberration of the shoulder fall. The researcher made sure to applied the Pilates exercises by using repeat contraction that aims to improve muscle balance, strength and flexibility of the sample of the research, with (8) weeks and consists of (24) Training modules, (3) modules a week, the most important conclusion in the research is that the using of Pilates contribute to reduce and rehabilitation the aberration of the shoulder fall, if the essential strength of the shoulder girdle muscles that assist in developing the muscular balance, it can be concluded that these exercises agreed with the aberration of shoulder fall and muscle balance.

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Health of Athlete, Fitness, Muscle Balance
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  • The Effect of Pilates Exercises in the Repair of the Aberration and Balance of the Muscles of Shoulder Girdle as a Beginning for the Fitness

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Hussein Ali Kadhim
Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Thi-Qar University, Iraq
Haidar Shmkhi Jabar
Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Thi-Qar University, Iraq

Abstract


Fitness refers to the good health of athletes, then, it is necessary for every athlete to duty the importance of management and agreement in the training of muscle groups then everything related to the substratum and muscle balance and evaluate it by using the Pilates way to identify its elements and secrets so as to raise the substratum of the athlete and rehabilitation of distortions and deviations, creating healthy habits, and spreading fitness awareness among athletes through working to improve strength, lengthening and muscular balance of the shoulders. Thus, the researcher used the experimental approach by using the experimental design with one suitable group of the research, while, the sample of the research that made up of (12) athletes, that has been chosen by the researcher by using the intentional method for those who are suffering from the aberration of the shoulder fall. The researcher made sure to applied the Pilates exercises by using repeat contraction that aims to improve muscle balance, strength and flexibility of the sample of the research, with (8) weeks and consists of (24) Training modules, (3) modules a week, the most important conclusion in the research is that the using of Pilates contribute to reduce and rehabilitation the aberration of the shoulder fall, if the essential strength of the shoulder girdle muscles that assist in developing the muscular balance, it can be concluded that these exercises agreed with the aberration of shoulder fall and muscle balance.

Keywords


Health of Athlete, Fitness, Muscle Balance



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v14%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijfmt%2F193046