The effect of Pilates practice on balance in elderly: a systematic review

Palavras-chave: Physical activity, Balance, Elderly, Exercise movement techniques

Resumo

O envelhecimento é acompanhado por um declínio gradual no equilíbrio e aumento do risco de quedas. Pilates tem sido utilizado para o treinamento do equilíbrio. O objetivo desta pesquisa foi sistematizar estudos que evidenciem os efeitos da intervenção com exercícios de Pilates sobre o equilíbrio estático e dinâmico de idosos. Uma pesquisa foi realizada em três bases de dados indexadas: Medline/Pubmed; Scopus e Science Direct, a partir da associação dos descritores “balance” ou “equilibrium” com o termo “Pilates”. Quinze artigos selecionados e analisados foram utilizados para compor esta revisão sistemática. A partir dos resultados foi possível verificar que a prática de Pilates realizada com frequência mínima de duas sessões semanais, por uma hora por dia, em período igual ou superior a cinco semanas resultou em melhorias no equilíbrio estático e dinâmico de idosos.

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Publicado
31-08-2018
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Artigos de Revisão