specialty journal of sport sciences
The Effectiveness of Remote Exercise (tele-exercise) on Static Equilibrium Parameters of the Elderly Man
Mojtaba Babaei Khorzoghi, Mansour Sahebozamani, Mohammad Reza Amir Seyfaddini, Mohammad Taqi Karimi
Objectives: The rate of growth of the elderly population is very high due to lower birth rates and increased health and medical progress, especially in developing countries, and should seek new technology-based solutions for the community, especially the elderly. The aim of this study was to improve the equilibrium parameters in the elderly and the effectiveness of the telex training program.
Materials and Methods: In this semi-experimental study in Isfahan, in 2017, 40 healthy elderly men with the ability to perform exercise activities were selected by random sampling and randomly assigned to the experimental group and one control group Divided. The experimental exercise group (Tele-Exercise) was given as a training intervention for 8 weeks, 3 sessions per week, and 90 minutes each session. The equilibrium parameters were performed through a motion analyzer with seven cameras and a power plate connected to it. Descriptive statistics were used for data analysis and their homogeneity and ANOVA for repeated measurements for data analysis.
Results: The use of a sports program as a tele-exercise significantly increased the equilibrium of parameters relative to the pre-exercise program (P &lt;0.05), while in the same period, in the group that received the exercise program There was no significant change in the parameters of the correlation with equilibrium (P&gt; 0.05).
Conclusion: According to the findings of the research, it can be concluded that the use of a regular and continuous trapezoidal training program can be due to the improvement of equilibrium parameters as a suitable alternative for field training programs with direct supervision. In addition, tele-exercise exercises seem to be more effective in the elderly age group because of the reduction of dangers outside the home and placement in matched groups, and pave the way for healthy aging and good health in this life span.