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Does Core Stability Training Affect Fundamental Movement Skills in Low Proficiency Children? Evaluation of Performance Process

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The present study investigated the effects of 8-weeks of core stability training on fundamental movement skills in children with low proficiency in both locomotor and object control skills. By using a semi-experimental research design. 30 elementary boy students (means age= 8.89 years, SD= 1.06) were recruited and organized in training (n= 15) and control group (n=15). Fundamental movement skills were measured before and after the training period using the test of gross motor development – 2nd (TGMD-2). In comparison with control group, results showed significant improvement in both locomotor (P<0.05) and object control (P<0.05) skills in training group. In conclusion, results suggest that core stability training may enhance locomotor and object control performances in children who have low proficiency in fundamental movement skills performance.

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"ABSTRACT The present study investigated the effects of 8-weeks of core stability training on fundamental movement skills in children with low proficiency in both locomotor and object control skills. In conclusion, results suggest that core stability training may enhance locomotor and object control performances in children who have low proficiency in fundamental movement skills performance. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of 8-weeks of core stability training on the process of locomotor and object control performance in children with low FMS proficiency. Initially, 172 elementary school boys (7 to 10 years old) were examined under test of gross motor skills development (TGMD- 2; Ulrich 2000) (6) and then 30 of them who had fewer scores and lower proficiency in FMS performance were selected and randomly divided into two: core stability training (n=15) and the control group (n=15). Data analysis for object control subscale DISCUSSION The present study examined the effect of 8- weeks of core stability training on locomotor and object control skills in children with low proficiency in FMS. In addition to physical activity promotion and health related benefits due to FMS proficiency, skills such as running, kicking, throwing, striking, dribbling and jumping are key components of expert performance in almost all athletic fields, so the appropriate core stability training program may result in a more effective transfer of these skills to actual sport performance."


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