Physical Exercises cause Muscle Damage and Potential Treatments to Increase Range of Motion

Rahayu, Setya and Ali, Mohammad and Kongchulagul, Natsuangkorn and Silaban, Ebenezer and Nugroho, Didit Prakosa Adi and Sadhali, Muchamad and Sugiarto, Sugiarto and Anggita, Gustiana Mega (2020) Physical Exercises cause Muscle Damage and Potential Treatments to Increase Range of Motion. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Seminar of Public Health and Education, ISPHE 2020, 22 July 2020, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia.

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Flexibility is one key of physical fitness components, it is quite important to sup-port daily activity and sport performances. This study aims to identify what type of physical exercises induce muscle damage, to evaluate changes in flexibility (ROM), and to identify potential flexibility training. Original studies which no longer than ten years were considered in this study (secondary data), and other significant references also acceptable to support the storylines. The first step was codifying, followed by analysis and synthesis, and last step was conclusion drawing. It must be done sequentially to reveal the reasonable answers. Eccentric muscle contraction, exessive volume, and prolonged duration are factors of train-ing which lead muscle injuries. ROM is decreased due to muscle damage, it last longer in untrained men. Stretching, foam rolling, sport massage, Propioceptive Neuromuschular Facilitation (PNF) are potential flexibility trainings might be able to improve ROM and accelerate healing process in muscle damaged.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: eccentric exercise range of motion (rom) muscle health
Subjects: R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine
Depositing User: EAI Editor II.
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2020 12:58
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2020 12:58

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