Element nodes of sports equipment double back flip factions and double back flip hunched performed gymnast in floor exercise

Keywords: biomechanics, gymnastics, acrobatics, salto

Abstract

Purpose: to identify the node elements of sports equipment double back somersault tuck and double back flip bent. To compare the two types of nodes for double somersault. Material : the study involved eight gymnasts (age 12 - 14 years). All finalists in the competition floor exercise - reserve team Romania. The method of video - computer research and method of postural orientation movements. Results : identified nodal elements of sports equipment double back somersault tuck and double back flip bent. In the preparatory phase of motor actions - launcher body posture for reaching is repulsive to flip. In the phase of basic motor action - animation body postures (double back somersault tuck) and bent (bent double back flip). Exercises are performed on the ascending and descending parts of the flight path of the demonstration of individual maximum lift height common center of mass. In the final phase of motor actions - final body posture - steady landing. Conclusions : indicators of key elements of sports equipment acrobatic exercises contain new scientific facts kinematic and dynamic structures of motor actions. They are necessary for the development of modern training programs acrobatic exercises in step specialized base preparation.

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2014-07-28
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Potop V, Grad R, Omelyanchik O, Begajlo M, Boloban V. Element nodes of sports equipment double back flip factions and double back flip hunched performed gymnast in floor exercise. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2014;18(7):23-0. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1015381
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