BIOMECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HANGING BACKSWING MOVEMENTS IN RINGS
AbstractMETHODS High-speed camera, pull-full-force transducer and remote myoelectric device were used for simultaneous measurements to investigate the kinematic and kinetic features of hanging backswing movements in rings. RESULTS Results that there were regularities and specific features separately for the order, time procedure and time difference of muscle contraction as well as for the pull-force curve. Insufficiencies and defects in the common textbook were also discussed and new references were supplied for teaching and training in rings.
Coaching and Sports Activities
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