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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate and compare effects of foam rolling and dynamic stretching on leg muscular performance in futsal players.
Methods: The experiment subjects of this study are eighteen futsal players from Kasembundit University (age 18-25 years). All subjects were tested in both experiments; warm-up using foam rolling and warm-up with dynamic stretching, and measured leg muscle performance immediately after the experiment, with each experiment having a minimum of 1 week apart and statistical analysis.
Results: The average value range of motion of left and right hip joints, range of motion of left and right knee joints, agility, change of direction, and speed after the instant experiment of warm-up using foam rolling and warm-up with dynamic stretching were not significantly different level of.05.
Conclusion: Warming up using foam rolling and warming up with dynamic stretching help to increase range of motion of hip joints, range of motion of knee joints, agility, change of direction and speed in futsal players.
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