STUDY ON GYMNASTICS RING MOVEMENTS USING FORCE MEASURING SYSTEM
Keywords: force sensor, pulling-force, f rings, EMG
AbstractThe purpose of this paper was to analyze five giant-swing phases performed on the rings using force-measuring system, which was synchronized with EMG and film. The results showed similar patterns in pulling force, shoulder angle, hip angle, hip velocity and ankle velocity when performing the movements of backward swing phase, dropped shoulder, giant-swing, and upward swing phase. The pulling-force changed from smaller than the body weight to greater than the body weight in the process of the backward swing. The first peak of pulling force occurred as shoulder drop phase ends. The second peak of pulling force occurred in the backward swing phase. The pulling force decreased gradually in the process of the upward swing.
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