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Title: Individual athletes’ biomechanical features of interaction with objects in art gymnastics
Authors: Adashevskiy, V. M.
Iermakov, S. S.
Logvinenko, Y. I.
Cieślicka, Mirosława
Stankiewicz, Błażej
Pilewska, Wiesława
Keywords: art gymnastics; items; training; biomechanics; flight
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts
Citation: Individual athletes’ biomechanical features of interaction with objects in art gymnastics / V. M. Adashevskiy [et al.] // Physical education of students. – 2014. – Vol. 6. – p. 3-12.
Abstract: Purpose: To design a biomechanical model of interaction of athlete with the subject, as well as the development of areas of its use in practice. Material: The study involved 10 students - athletes. Results: The presented computational schemes create direction of flight of different items (rope, hoop, ball, ribbon, clubs). The characteristics of the time of flight trajectories and with regard for the resistance force of the air environment. Shows the influence of initial parameters on departure flight time items. Graphic characteristics are presented trajectories of objects depending on the parameters of their departure. Conclusions: It is recommended to improve the judicial assessment and effective implementation gymnast exercises during the flight characteristics of the various items to consider trajectories of objects. Note that age, height and distance from the athletes at the end of the flight object defined biomechanical characteristics that can realize an athlete: absolute initial velocity of departure, departure angle, height of the center of mass manufacture items.
URI: http://repository.kpi.kharkov.ua/handle/KhPI-Press/9287
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