Effect of Hurdle Training on Motor Function Rehabilitation

  • Wei Guan, Lan Zhou


Explore the effect of hurdle training on the recovery of motor function. Sixteen male hurdlers from one School were selected as experimental subjects and randomly divided into experimental group and control group, with 8 members in each group. The athletes in the control group performed routine traditional strength training and physical fitness training, while the experimental group performed exercise functional rehabilitation training and statistical analysis of the data obtained. 1. The scores of MAS, FMA and MVC in the hurdle training group and the routine training group were significantly improved compared with those before treatment (P<0.05), indicating that the hurdle training group score was better than the conventional training group. The timing characteristics of gait are studied from the perspective of gait events and gait phase. The gait phase is divided by FSR-based method to detect four gait events of HS, HO, FF and TO, which is helpful in motion. Important guiding significance is provided in the study of functional rehabilitation methods. 3. From the muscle strength curves and data of the three subjects, it is concluded that the time, force magnitude and time sequence of different muscle actions basically follow certain rules. The hurdling limb training is more conducive to improving the muscle strength and stability of the limbs of the patients than the simple routine training, and has a significant effect on the rehabilitation of motor function.