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A Study of the Technological Procedures in Using Fosbury Flop
Track and field;Biomechanics;Particular event technique
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-10T02:59:16Z
Fosbury flop is a technique frequently used in high jump. Moreover, it is an advanced technique and the technological procedures are comprised continuously of run-ups, take-offs, jumping over the pole, and landing. The four stages of high jump are closely correlated to one another. Synthesizing the previous studies, we can acquire some important findings. The key point for run-ups is to gain highly efficient horizontal speed, and a correct run-up posture is the important factor to Fosbury flop. The purpose of take-off is to transfer the horizontal speed rate to vertical speed, and the key to the technique in this stage is swiming. In the stage of jumping over the pole, athletes should utilize the harmony of their body to jump over the pole when their body gravity is close to the pole. In the stage of landing, athletes should bend their heads and land with their back. It follows that the impact to their bodies will be reduces. The present study is a synthesis of previous studies of the techniques of Fosbury flop. The main purpose is to find out correct postures and upgrade the results of high jump in Taiwan.
|Relation: ||體育專業發展與運動休閒趨勢研討會論文集, : 90-95|
|Appears in Collections:||[體育學系] 會議論文|
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