The Effect of Core Muscle Training on Cardiopulmonary Function in Parkinson disease
Core Muscle mainly including the rectus abdominis, the oblique muscle, the lower back muscle and shaft sma, which located around the abdomen. It is an important muscle group responsible for protecting the stability of the spine. At present, core muscle group training is mainly aimed at Athletes, Stroke, Lumbar disc herniation and Parkinson’s Disease. However, quite few people did the research about the effects of exercise training on cardiopulmonary function in Parkinson’s patients. Therefore, this review summarized the effects of Core Muscle Training on cardiopulmonary function from its evaluating the parameters.