Vibration Rolling, Non- Vibration Rolling,and Static Stretching for Delayed-onset Muscle Soreness

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Kaohsiung Medical University

Status

Completed

Conditions

Delayed-onset Muscle Soreness

Treatments

Other: static stretching
Device: Vibration rolling
Device: rolling

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT03986242
KMUHIRB-F(I)-20180006

Details and patient eligibility

About

Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is an acute micro-trauma or inflammatory response experienced in the most runners; and, it concurrently impairs athletic performance and may increase the risk of sports injury. Alleviating the symptoms of DOMS strategies are various; however, the specific recovery way remains unconcluded. Furthermore, few studies have investigated the effects of vibrating roller on alleviating the symptoms of DOMS and understand the biochemical changes in response to recovery of athletic performance. Therefore, this study hypothesizes that vibration rolling (VR) could provide a self-myofascial release. Meanwhile, vibration exercise could transmit vibration to specific muscle groups to decrease inflammation in corresponding to reduce muscular pain. Therefore, it could offer positive effects including improvements of flexibility, muscle stiffness, visual analog scale (VAS) for pain, jump, and dynamic balance.

Full description

Background: Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is an acute micro-trauma or inflammatory response experienced in the most runners; and, it concurrently impairs athletic performance and may increase risk of sports injury. Alleviating the symptoms of DOMS strategies are various; however, the specific recovery way remains unconcluded. Furthermore, few studies have investigated that the effects of vibrating roller on alleviating the symptoms of DOMS, and understand the biochemical changes in response to recovery of athletic performance. Therefore, this study hypothesizes that vibration rolling (VR) could provide self-myofascia release. Meanwhile, vibration exercise could tramsit vibration to speific muscle groups to decrease inflammation in corresponding to reduce muscular pain. Therefore, it could offer positve effects including improvements of flexability, muscle stiffness, visual analog scale (VAS) for pain, jmup, and dynmaic balance. Purpose: To investigate VR, non-vibration rolling (NVR), and static stretching for DOMS on physiological changes and recovery of athletic performance in runners. Methods: Thirty healthy and recreationally adult runners will be voluntarily recruited in the experiment. Participant will be induced DOMS on the treadmill exercise firstly. Next, participants will be matched up and randomly assigned to the VR group, NVR group or static stretching group treatment. Each participant will be instructed to 20-minutes treatment on bilateral muscles including gluteus, anterior, and posterior thighs as well as anterior, and posterior legs. All subjects will receive blood analysis (leukocyte, lymphocyte, creatine kinase, c-reactive protein, interleukin-6) and perform flexibility muscular stiffness, VAS for pain, counter movement jump, Y balance tests on lower limb before exercise and after 24hour and 48 hour interventions. Expected outcomes: VR could effectively alleviate the symptoms of DOMS including decreasing inflammatory biochemical values, decreasing muscular stiffness, reducing muscular pain, and increasing flexibility and jump ability as well as improving dynamic balance on lower limb. This data may provide in alleviating the symptoms of DOMS to healthy populations, athletes, and medical team members. Key Words: Delayed-onset muscle soreness, vibration therapy, foam roller, stretching exercise, recovery, performance

Enrollment

18 patients

Sex

All

Ages

20 to 40 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

Recruit runners of regular sports ages 20-40

Exclusion criteria

  • Less than 3 athletes per week.
  • Cardiovascular disease.
  • History of asthma.
  • Musculoskeletal injury within 6 months.
  • Previous fracture surgery.
  • Neurological symptoms.
  • Taking anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Taking high blood pressure and diabetes.
  • Bad habits such as smoking, drinking.
  • Not being able to cooperate with time detection.

Trial design

18 participants in 3 patient groups

static stretchin
Experimental group
Description:
Static extremity muscles of the lower extremities, including: gluteal muscles (major muscle group: gluteus maximus), anterior thigh muscles (strand rectus, medial femoral muscle, lateral femoral muscle, medial femoral muscle), posterior thigh muscles (main muscle) Group: semimembranosus, semitendinosus, biceps femoris), anterior muscles of the calf (anterior tibialis anterior muscle, extensor muscle), and posterior muscles of the calf (gastrocnemius, soleus muscle). 4 groups per muscle group, 30 seconds/group
Treatment:
Other: static stretching
non- vibration rolling
Experimental group
Description:
Lower limb part. Such as: gluteal muscle (main muscle group: gluteus maximus), anterior thigh muscle group (straight rectus, medial femoral muscle, lateral femoral muscle, femoral intermediate muscle), posterior thigh muscle group (main muscle group: semimembranosus, Semitendinosus, biceps femoris), anterior muscles of the calf (anterior tibialis anterior muscle, extensor muscle), and posterior muscles of the calf (gastrocnemius, soleus muscle). Each leg of each pair performs 30 seconds/group for a total of 4 groups for a total time of 20 minutes.
Treatment:
Device: rolling
Vibration rolling
Experimental group
Description:
Lower limb part. Such as: gluteal muscle (main muscle group: gluteus maximus), anterior thigh muscle group (straight rectus, medial femoral muscle, lateral femoral muscle, femoral intermediate muscle), posterior thigh muscle group (main muscle group: semimembranosus, Semitendinosus, biceps femoris), anterior muscles of the calf (anterior tibialis anterior muscle, extensor muscle), and posterior muscles of the calf (gastrocnemius, soleus muscle). Each muscle group of each foot performs 30 seconds/group, a total of 4 groups, the vibration frequency is 28 Hz, and the total time is 20 minutes.
Treatment:
Device: Vibration rolling

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