Mechanism of the Effect of Walking Walk on the Motor Function of Injured Muscles

  • Zhou Lan, Guan Wei


To study the mechanism of the influence of walking walk on the muscle function of injured athletes. Methods: 10 athletes were selected as reference. The XX Management Center competed for male athletes (8) and a high-level walking athlete (2). Gas metabolism data and muscle electrical signal data were recorded using an active treadmill, a portable cardiopulmonary telemeter, and a surface electromyography collector. RESULTS: The changes in oxygen uptake of the subjects were almost the same as the changes in the intensity of the test protocol. They all increased in a stepwise manner. VO2 initially showed a rapid increase. The general time was between 15 seconds and 25 seconds. After that, VO2 will grow slowly trend. This is consistent with the trend of oxygen uptake in the study test; in the muscle electrical strength performance, each muscle involved in exercise, the number of movement units will be different, but from the overall trend of myoelectric strength It is on the rise; MPF will rise first, and later the decline in MPF may be related to the fatigue of fast muscle fibers and the extra recruitment of slow muscle fibers. Conclusion: By analyzing the indicators of athletes, it is found that the walking movement has a certain degree of influence on the muscle function of the injured muscles. Attention should always be paid to the prevention of various aspects of the athlete's body.