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The relationship of functional movement screen scores with flexibility, speed and agility in 17-15- year- old male students
|Sport Sciences and Health Research|
|مقاله 10، دوره 13، شماره 2، مهر 2021، صفحه 227-237 اصل مقاله (362.06 K)|
|نوع مقاله: Research Paper|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22059/sshr.2021.86127|
|Mohammad sadegh Armanfar1؛ Reza Rajabi* 2؛ Shahnaz Shahrbanian3؛ Mohammad Hosein Alizadeh2|
|1PhD of Exercise Pathology and Corrective Exercises, Physical Education and Sport Sciences Faculty, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran|
|2Professor, Health and Sport Medicine Department, Physical Education and Sport Sciences Faculty, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.|
|3Assistant professor, Rehabilitation Science, Department of Sport Science, Faculty of Humanities, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran|
|Background: Functional Movement Screening (FMS) is a tool to determine the individual's potential for the possibility of sports injury.|
Aim: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between functional movement screening scores with flexibility factors, speed and agility in male students in Lorestan province.
Materials and Methods: 370 male volunteer students aged 15 to 17 years participated in this study. Spearman correlation coefficient was used to determine the relationship among flexibility, power, speed and agility.
Results: The present study showed that there were significant relation between scoring screen for functional movement and flexibility of the left leg, long jumping, high jumping in 15- year- old students. There were significant relations between scoring screen for functional movement and flexibility, flexibility of the right leg, flexibility of the left leg, long jumping, high jumping in 16- year- old students. In addition, in the 17- year- old students, there were significant relation between scoring screen for functional movement and flexibility of left leg, flexibility of the right leg and height jumping.
Conclusion: In general, there were significant relation between FMS scores and flexibility and power in three groups of students. The probable cause of this connection can be attributed to in- line lunge tests, Hurdle step, active straight-leg-raise and deep squat, which are directly related to flexibility and power. Therefore, in order to improve the FMS scores of students, it is recommended that students be flexible and able to include in their training program
|agility؛ flexibility؛ functional movement screening؛ power؛ speed|
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