THE EFFECT OF THE BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS TO INCREASE SPEED ACCORDANCE WITH THE CENTRIFUGAL FORCE OF THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE COMPLETION OF THE ENEMY OF THE 200M CURVEJournal: The Swedish Journal of Scientific Research (SJSR) (Vol.2, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2015-03-01
Authors : Ahmed Abdul Amir Abdul Redha Shebr;
Page : 50-54
Keywords : Biomechanical analysis. Increasing speed. Centrifugal force. The enemy of 200 m;
Researcher noted that most of the players are ignoring the increasing speed according to the centrifugal force of the different areas of the curve because of the lack of values that are available are abridged in one area knowing that the radii vary depending on the areas resulting in the intensity of inclination of the curve, which vary from area to another, which is affected by the value of the centrifugal force which obliges the player to change body position mechanically (Milan) to remove the effect of centrifugal force, so sought researcher to provide information about those values and thus contribute even a little to improve the level of achievement for any field of study aimed to identify the biomechanical of the increasing speed values of the variables according to centrifugal force at the different areas curve 200 meters as well as the effect of biomechanical variables to the increasing speed and power repellant when the different areas 200 curve Mitrokd values researcher used descriptive manner relational relations and comparison to solve the problem purely as researcher identified the research community who are the players in the team Qadisiyah University of the effectiveness of 200 m for the academic year 2014 who got the best achievements totaling (4) players, has been trying to give each player on each field (8,6,4,2) according to different areas ran 200 m curve for all members of the sample so that the total number of attempts (16) attempt, was to identify some of the variables that represent the sample and the sample specifications normally distributed the study found there is a direct effect of the increasing speed of the variables in the maximum impact of the centrifugal force in the stage ran the effectiveness of the 200-meter curve. There fluctuation in speed between increases and decreases in the areas identified by the researcher for each stage of the maximum effect of centrifugal force that ran the curve for all runners.
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