STUDY ON THE ROLE OF SURFACE EMG BASED SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE COMBINED WITH PRESSING KNEADING IN THE EXERCISE FATIGUE OF SOCCER PLAYERS
Journal: Malaysian Sports Journal (MSJ)
Author: Bin Zhang, Lei Cao
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In the present study, the author researched on the role of surface EMG based superoxide dismutase combined with pressing kneading in the exercise fatigue of soccer players. To observe the therapeutic effect of pressing and kneading manipulations for exercise fatigue of the anterior tibia muscle, sixty healthy subjects were randomly divided into two groups, 30 in each group. The test training was employed to induce left anterior tibia muscle fatigue. After this, subjects in the observation group received 5 min of tuna treatment, while subjects in the control group just lay down for 5 min. Then the integral EMG electricity, maximum amplitude, mean frequency and slope of the anterior tibia muscle and gastrocnemius muscle were measured using a surface electromyography (EMG) during the passive movements of the ankle joints in two groups. Rest and superoxide dismutase can both improve muscle fatigue. Superoxide dismutase can obtain a better effect within the same time frame..