|（Anhui Technical College of Mochanical and Electrical Engineering，Wuhu 241002，China)
Abstract: The objective is to probe into the effects of vibration training on the dynamic and static states and event-specific core stability of skill cheerleading players, so as to add a method for core stability training. The results showed the followings: after 16 weeks of vibration training, bent bridge test index showed that in the control group, the males improved significantly (P<0.05), while the females had no change, as compared with the performance before the experiment; in the experiment group, both the males and females improved significantly (P<0.01), as compared with the performance before the experiment; single balance disc performance and double balance disc performance im-proved significantly (P<0.05, P<0.01), in terms of single balance disc performance, the males and females improved by (8.0±4.2)s and (9.9±3.7)s respectively, or by 10%~15%; in terms of double balance disc performance, the males and females improved by (10.9±3.4) s and (9.7±2.5) s respectively, or by nearly 24.0%, their double balance disc perform-ance was better than their single balance disc performance; in the experiment group, the players’ standing top player controlling performance improved by 20.2%, while their double base top player supporting performance improved by 35.3%, the vibration effect of double base top player supporting was better than that of standing top player controlling, and significantly better than that of the control group (P<0.05, P<0.01). The results indicated that vibration training played a role in significantly improving the core stability of skill cheerleading players.
Key words: sports physiology；vibration training；skill cheerleading players；core stability