Cardiovascular and relative exertion perceived response during proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation exercise associated to pulley.

  • Alessandra Araujo da Silva
  • Arianne Nunes Lobato
  • Elder Nascimento Pereira
  • Flávio Socorro da Silva
  • Renato Campos Freire Junior
  • Fernando Zanela da Silva Arêas
  • Guilherme Peixoto Tinoco Arêas
Keywords: PNF; Resistive exercise; Haemodynamic; Health.

Abstract

Introduction: The use of pulley together with proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) are described how an excellent approach for several exercises, but prescribe with safety is very difficult and it’s a failure in the rehabilitation area, yet. Objective: To measure the hemodynamic changes and the relative exertion perceived through OMNI - RES scale after use PNF exercise together pulley. Method: 10 healthy sedentary women performed the exercises with right upper body together with PNF and pulley load. It was performed 3 sets with 10 repetitions and measurement blood pressure, heart rate and perceived exertion among the three series. ANOVA post hoc Bonferroni, accepting p<0.05. Results: One subject dropped out due to lack of exercise program adherence. In the hemodynamic’s data was observed significance differences in HR (1st, 2nd and 3rd in relationship at rest, p < 0.05), PE (1st, 2nd and 3rd in relationship at rest, p < 0.05). In the perceived exertion was difference among 3rd set in relationship for 1st set (p > 0.05). Conclusion: The use of exercises with the PNF patterns associated with pulleys do not produce great cardiovascular influences, be safe in healthy individuals.

Published
05-08-2020
How to Cite
Silva, A. A. da, Lobato, A. N., Pereira, E. N., Silva, F. S. da, Junior, R. C. F., Arêas, F. Z. da S., & Arêas, G. P. T. (2020). Cardiovascular and relative exertion perceived response during proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation exercise associated to pulley. Manual Therapy, Posturology & Rehabilitation Journal, 1-6. Retrieved from https://www.mtprehabjournal.com/revista/article/view/1157
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