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파일첨부 (2011) The impact of a six week exergaming curriculum on balance with pre adolescent school children.pdf
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[BT4] The effects of a daily, 6-week exergaming curriculum on balance in fourth grade children
[Backgrounds] : Balance is an essential component of movement and is critical in the ability to participate in physical activity. Developing an exergaming curriculum for schools has the potential to improve balance or postural stability in children. In this study, a purposely-built exergaming center in an elementary school was used to test fourth grade students with a specially designed exergaming curriculum oriented toward improving postural stability. 

[Method] : The program was implemented over a 6-week period, 34 min per day, 4e5 days per week. Two control groups were used: (1) a physical education (PE) class geared toward agility, balance, and coordination (ABC) improvement, and (2) a typical PE curriculum class. 

[Results] : Exergaming students improved their postural stability significantly over a 6-week period compared to those in the typical PE class. Improvements in postural stability were also evident in the ABC class. Postural stability in the girls was better than the boys in all pre- and post-intervention tests. 

[Conclusions] : This study demonstrates that exergaming is a practical resource in the PE class to improve postural stability.


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