系統識別號 U0026-2108201520442100
論文名稱(中文) 不同重量及分布之負重鞋對走路步態週期下肢肌電的影響
論文名稱(英文) Influence of the additional weight shoes with different mass and distribution on the lower extremity electromyography during gait cycle
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 體育健康與休閒研究所
系所名稱(英) Institute of Physical Education, Health & Leisure Studies
學年度 103
學期 2
出版年 104
研究生(中文) 呂軒瑜
研究生(英文) Hsuan-Yu Lu
學號 RB6021011
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 85頁
口試委員 指導教授-邱宏達
中文關鍵字 負重鞋  偏好  下肢肌電訊號  積分肌電值 
英文關鍵字 weighted shoes  preference  lower extremity electromyography  iEMG 
中文摘要 本研究以不同重量及分布之負重鞋為主軸,分別以兩個實驗探討男女性別是否影響偏好負重鞋款以及分析在走路步態週期,穿著不同負重鞋款是否影響下肢肌電訊號。本實驗招募40位受試者,男女各20位,實驗一以穿鞋配對比較法方式,讓受試者從五雙負重鞋款選出最偏好一款,實驗二則以肌電訊號儀(EMG)收集受試者以走路方式穿五款負重鞋之下肢肌電訊號。實驗一結果發現性別會影響偏好負重鞋款,男性皆偏好後負重鞋款(負重鞋D&E),女性則多數偏好後負重鞋款(60%),實驗二結果則發現男、女穿著不同負重鞋款並不會影響下肢肌肉(RF,LBF,TA,GA)之積分肌電值,其中我們發現下肢積分肌電最小值傾向發生於偏好與穿鞋情境為同一個負重鞋款,因此我們認為男、女偏好不同負重鞋款的影響因子為男女習慣穿鞋款之質量中心的不同以及下肢骨骼排列之差異。
英文摘要 This study focused on walking with different additional weighted shoes. The purpose of this study was to analyze the lower extremity electromyography under wearing different weighted shoes and to find the gender influence on preference of the weighted shoes. Forty subjects (20 males & 20 females) who were used to exercise regularly included in this study. In the first experiment, the subjects were required to choose the most comfortable from five weighted shoes models with paired comparison. In the second experiment, an EMG device was used to simultaneously record lower extremity muscles activity when walking on the treadmill with sampling frequency of 1000/sec. The results of preference test showed that gender would affect preference model of weighted shoes. All male preferred weighted shoe D and E that the weight added on the rear tip of the sole. However, twelve females (60%) preferred shoe D and E, eight females (40%) preferred other shoe models. Gender had no significant influence on iEMG under different weighted shoes conditions. Participants who preferred different weighted shoes would have different muscle activation patterns. It was worthly noted that the minimum iEMG of lower extremity seemed to occur when the particpants wearing their preference weighted shoes. The habit of wearing shoes (COM position) and lower extremity skeletal alignment perhaps are the key factors leading to different weighted shoes preference between the male and female paticipants.
論文目次 目 錄
第壹章、緒論 1
第一節、研究背景 1
第二節、研究目的 2
第三節、研究假設 2
第四節、名詞操作定義 3
第貳章、文獻探討 5
第一節、不同足部負重對人體動作之影響 5
第二節、穿鞋舒適度的評估與偏好測試 7
第三節、不同穿鞋情境之下肢肌電訊號 8
第四節、總結 9
第參章、研究方法 10
第一節、受試者 10
第二節、實驗儀器及設備 10
第三節、實驗設計 14
第四節、實驗流程 14
第五節、資料整理與統計分析 18
第肆章 研究結果 20
第一節、受試者基本資料 20
第二節、性別對偏好負重鞋的影響 22
第三節、男女重量對偏好負重鞋的影響 24
一、男性 24
二、女性 25
第四節、身體質量指數(BMI)對偏好負重鞋的影響 26
第五節、下肢肌電訊號對偏好負重鞋的影響 27
一、下肢肌電訊號活化趨勢 27
二、下肢肌肉之標準化積分肌電值(iEMG) 34
第伍章、討論 58
第一節、負重受測鞋成對偏好測試 (實驗一) 58
第二節、負重鞋於跑步機步行之下肢肌電訊號 (實驗二) 59
第三節、實驗限制 62
一、負重受測鞋成對偏好測試 (實驗一) 62
二、負重鞋於跑步機步行之下肢肌電訊號 (實驗二) 63
第陸章、結論與建議 64
第一節、結論 64
第二節、未來實驗建議 65
參考文獻 66
一、中文部份 66
二、英文部份 66
附錄表一、受試者基本資料、偏好負重鞋款以及走路偏好速度 70
附錄表二、肌電訊號處理程式碼 73
附錄資料一 研究參與同意書 82

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