[PURPOSE] This study suggests effective guideline manuals prescribed for different exercise programs and appropriate sports med-icine applications for preventing injury and improving physical activity through a systematic review of precedent literatures about plantar pressure. [METHODS] We selected Zijlstra et al’s method (2007) of pre-study, which is based on precedent literature pub-lished by many researchers that have engaged in both domestic and international study. In this systematic review, we selected Zijlstra et al’s model and then revised the appropriate key-words from precedent literature to our present study. [RESULTS] We selected nine studies located in research databases from 378 related articles. These studies were summarized in terms of inclusion and exclusion about analyzing plantar pressure in sports medicine. Results showed a significant number of relevant results in sport medicine and exercise fields through analyzing plantar pressure. Plantar pressure had significant differences between pre-test and post-tests such as balance, stability, and body posture. [CONCLUSIONS] The value of these plantar pressure-related studies dem-onstrates injury prevention when prescribed for normal people to be active in a safe manner. Additionally, these studies consider guidelines for foot movement as well as removing risk factors for injury and coaching exercise.