COMPARISON OF THE BALANCE AND FUNCTION IN THE ACTIVE MALE AND FEMALE WITH DIFFERENT FEET ARCHES
Journal: Malaysian Sports Journal (MSJ)
Author: Hadi mohammadi nia samakosh, Malihe Hadadnezhad, Hamed babagoltabar samakosh, Aisan Fard mehregan
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A better understanding of the factors affecting balance and function helps to improve these factors and prevents the factors that have a negative impact on it. The presence of abnormalities such as flat and high arch feet affects the function of individuals. At the result, present resreach was done by purposing of balance and function comparing of active subjects with feet arches normal, flat and high arch done. The balance and function of 90 male and 45 female active university students were divided into three groups flat, high arch, and normal feet by star balance test and functional tests single-leg hopping test, single-leg triple hopping test, single-leg triple cross hopping test, timed single-leg hopping test was evaluated and used to evaluate the feet navicular drop was tested. For statistical analysis, one-way ANOVA was used via SPSS22 software. Based on the research findings, there was a significant difference between the balance of the female and male with normal and flat feet and also between the balance of the female with normal and high arch feet. In functional tests, subjects with normal and high arch feet had a better than function flat-feet subjects. The balance and function of the participants with normal feet are better than those with flat feet, which shows the effect of the feet arch changes on them. Individuals with flat feet have a defect in function and are more likely to be injured, hence preventive measures are suggested.