TRAINING INDIVIDUALIZATION FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE AND PREVENTION IN VOLEYBALL

  • Alexandru Mureşan ”Babes-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, 5-7, Pandurilor str., Cluj Napoca, Romania
  • Codruţa Florina Bulduş ”Babes-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, 5-7, Pandurilor str., Cluj Napoca, Romania

Abstract

Individualization of training is a necessity for optimal sports performance and protection of the  athletes health. In the field of sports training, neuromuscular training programs that include balance exercises are often implemented to improve performance, prevent accidents and rehabilitation. It is essential that all the stabilizing muscles are proportionally activated, in order to ensure optimal motion model for the functional activities or skill. If muscle imbalance is not addressed by careful analysis and rehabilitation, it can lead to suboptimal motor programs, leading to chronic pain and/or poor performance. Strategies for correcting the stability should be one of the fundamental principles of any training program. Neuromuscular training is used to prevent injuries in athletes, to improve performance and achieve an individualized sports training program depending on the particularities of the athlete. Typical mechanism of ligament injuries include types of neuromuscular imbalances that need to be tested to identify the particularities of the athlete. Identifying faulty movement patterns allow the implementation of specific interventions.

How to Cite
MUREŞAN, Alexandru; BULDUŞ, Codruţa Florina. TRAINING INDIVIDUALIZATION FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE AND PREVENTION IN VOLEYBALL. GYMNASIUM, [S.l.], v. XIV, n. 2, sep. 2017. ISSN 2344-5645. Available at: <http://gymnasium.ub.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/306>. Date accessed: 26 nov. 2020.
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