The Influence of Wushu Training on the Neuroscience of Brain Electroencephalogram under Ecological Environment

Hongyu Han, Xiujie Ma

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 505-509


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Studies have shown that Wushu training can induce the slow wave activity rhythm of cerebral with high amplitude, which is beneficial to people’s physical and mental health and stable nerves. In order to further explore the influence of Wushu training on the human brain electrical nerve, according to the theoretical design experiment for the influence of the head down tilt on the brain electrical activity, the EEG data of the shooting athletes after handstand training of Wushu and the Taijiquan training are obtained. The experimental data show that there are significant differences in the power value of α and β frequency band of the cerebral nerve, the index of EEG coherence function, the comprehensive index of EEG after the handstand training and the posture of sitting. The indexes of the athletes’ EEG are significantly higher than those before the handstand training, indicating that the handstand training of Wushu has a positive effect on the human brain electricity. After the Taijiquan training, the power value of the slow wave of athletes’ brain nerve (δ, θ wave) decreased, the power value of the fast wave (β wave) increased, indicating that Taijiquan training helps the coordination operation of the brain on both sides of the body.


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