Author: Shuaiju Han1, Shaohui Hu2, Kang Li3
1 Department of Physical Education, Graduate School, Sejong University, Seoul 04989, Republic of Korea.
2 Beijing Sport University China Wushu School, Beijing 100084, China.
3 Physical Education Department, Tianjin Vocational and Technical Normal University, Tianjin 300222, China.
Conference/Journal: Contrast Media Mol Imaging
Date published: 2022 Oct 11
Other: Volume ID: 2022 , Pages: 5468317 , Special Notes: doi: 10.1155/2022/5468317. , Word Count: 361
Taijiquan training emphasizes the relaxation of the mind and the body, pay attention to maintain the peace of mind, and minimize the impact of external interference on the body so as to make the mind more comfortable. This study mainly explores the influence of Taijiquan practice on emotion regulation based on intelligent medical health big data analysis. The significance of Taijiquan in developing and improving the positive emotions of middle-aged people and maintaining physical and mental health is expounded. There are two methods of data collection: full collection and incremental collection. In this study, when the psychological testing equipment was launched, a full amount of historical data was collected; after the psychological testing equipment was online, the collection method was generally carried out in the way of incremental collection. The subjects exercised Taijiquan three times a week, one hour each time, and the exercise content was the 24-style Taijiquan designated by the workstation. At the same time, the subjects were asked not to engage in other regular physical exercise projects in their spare time. By longitudinal tracking and comparison of the Taijiquan intervention group after participating in the Taijiquan exercise intervention, the differences in the state of mind and emotion regulation strategies, and 12 subjects were selected voluntarily to participate in the emotional Stroop (the color words used in the classic Stroop paradigm were replaced with emotional and nonemotional words written in different colors, and the subjects were still tasked with responding to colors) experimental paradigm. In this paper, the moderate-intensity Taijiquan project is selected, which is in line with the effective value threshold theory of exercise load. It studies the effects of exercise on the body shape, cardiopulmonary function, flexibility, and balance ability of the body according to the metabolism theory and the movement balance theory of the human body adapting to the environment. Before the experiment, there was no significant difference between the Taijiquan training group and the control group, but after the experiment, there was a significant difference between the Taijiquan training group and the control group (P<0.05). Taijiquan has a significant effect on improving students' body shape, cardiopulmonary function, flexibility, balance, and mood.
PMID: 36304773 PMCID: PMC9578829 DOI: 10.1155/2022/5468317