Proprioceptive training and balance skills among dancers

Effects of sensory-motor training on balance in sport dance dancers

Nowadays dancers are encourage to develop their general fitness, and specially their proprioception. This is also called sensory-motor training. This study looked at the effects of proprioceptive training on balance in dancers.

Overall there was a significant difference among the groups in the final measurement (p=.00); The experimental group scored higher in all the test performance. Therefore, the use of a proprioceptive training model, as an innovative approach in individual and group fitness dance is advisable.

> From: Ljubojevic et al., Phys Ed Sport 10 (2014-12-25 10:40:15) 257-266 . All rights reserved to The Author(s). Click here for the online summary.

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