Balance Training.txt

  1. Limit of Stability
    Distance outside the base of support a person can go without losing control of center of gravity
  2. Dynamic Joint Stability
    Ability of kinetic chain to stabilize a joint during movement
  3. Multisensory condition
    Training environment that provides heightened stimulation to proprioceptors and mechanoreceptors
  4. Controlled Instability
    Training environment that is as unstable as can safely be controlled by individual
  5. Stabilization Level
    • -little joint motion
    • -Improves reflexive joint stabilization contractions to increase joint stability
    • -Single leg balance, single let balance reach, single leg hip internal and external rotation, single leg lift and chop
  6. Strength Level
    • -Dynamic, eccentric, and concentric movement of balance leg through full range of motion
    • -Dynamic control in mid range motion with isometric stabilization at end range of motion
    • -Singel leg squat
    • -singel leg squat touchdown
    • -single leg romanian dead lift
    • -step up to balance
    • -lunge to balance
  7. Power Level
    • -Develop high levels of eccentric strength, dynamic neuromuscular efficiency and reactive joint stabilization
    • -Multiplanar hop with stabilization
    • -Box hop
    • -Box-hop down
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Balance Training.txt