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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2021, 4(7); doi: 10.25236/FER.2021.040714.

Influences of Core-strength Training on the Balanced Capacity and Partial Blood Biochemical Indexes of University Basketball Players


Liu Lu1, Wei Wei2

Corresponding Author:
Wei Wei

1Physical Education College, Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang, China

2School of Physical Education & Sports Science, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China, 400072


Purpose: The aim of this study was to objective the effect of balance control ability of 12weeks core strength training and blood biochemical indexes of University Basketball Players. Methods: Fourteen basketball players received 12 weeks of core strength training, three times a week for 90 minutes, separated by 1 week pre-training and 12 weeks after training. All subjects were tested for the balanced ability indexes and routine biochemical indexes which included movement area of standing on one foot, moving velocity, BU,CK,WBC,HB,T,C and T/C, when they open and close eyes. Results: The results indicate that when the subjects stand on one foot, the movement area and velocity of one foot are significantly reduced( P<0.01)after 12 weeks of core strength training. A significant decrease (P<0.01) of difference of bilateral center of gravity center movement area occurred at opening eyes. On the contrary, A significant increase (P<0.01) of difference of bilateral center of gravity center movement area occurred at closing eyes. Bu and CK were significantly lower than pre-training (P < 0.05), WBC, HB, T and C increased significantly (P > 0.05), while t / C decreased slightly (P > 0.05).Conclusion: Results provide preliminary evidence that twelve weeks of core strength training can improve the balance control ability of basketball Players, enhance the body's ability to adapt to the training load, and keep the body function at a better level.


core strength training; Balance control ability; Static support; Blood biochemical indexes; Physical adaptation

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Liu Lu, Wei Wei. Influences of Core-strength Training on the Balanced Capacity and Partial Blood Biochemical Indexes of University Basketball Players. Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 7: 71-76. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2021.040714.


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