Efectos del entrenamiento con Xbox Kinect sobre la movilidad funcional en adultos mayores. Una revisión breve.

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Jordan Hernández Martínez María Francisca Rauch Gajardo Diego Rivas Coñapi Paola Asenio Flores Catalina Asenio Paredes Monserrat Solis Millaguin

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Objetivo: analizar los efectos del entrenamiento mediante consola Xbox Kinect sobre la movili- dad funcional en adultos mayores. Método: se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica sistemática en PUBMED. Se seleccionaron estudios cuantitativos clínicos experimentales en inglés realizados en los últimos seis años. Resultados: nueve estudios fueron detectados. Entre los principales ha- llazgos, el entrenamiento con consola Xbox Kinect incrementó la fuerza muscular, mejora del equilibrio, movilidad funcional, función cognitiva, propiocepción de rodilla y calidad de vida en adultos mayores. Conclusión: el entrenamiento con consola Xbox Kinect en adultos mayores mejora la movilidad funcional en este grupo etario.



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Hernández Martínez, J., Rauch Gajardo, M., Rivas Coñapi, D., Asenio Flores, P., Asenio Paredes, C., & Solis Millaguin, M. (2018). Efectos del entrenamiento con Xbox Kinect sobre la movilidad funcional en adultos mayores. Una revisión breve. Ciencias De La Actividad Física, 19(2), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.29035/rcaf.19.2.2