International Journal of Literacy and Education
2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
The percentage of the contribution of some physical measurements and kinematic variables with their relationship to the achievement of weightlifting for advanced weightliftersAuthor(s):
Ahmed Hanoon KhanjarAbstract:
The effectiveness of weightlifting is one of the difficult arena and field activities in terms of technical performance, as it is used to a lot of physical measurements and kinematic variables that we have to research and continuously to diagnose and develop through field training, and after using the multi-media computer, which relies on video imaging to analyze mechanical variables To appoint the researcher, the coach and the player to control the development of these variables and achieve the best levels of performance and achievement over time. Here the research problem is manifested in Lack of focus on the importance of anthropometric measurements and their relationship to achieving kinematic conditions in order to serve the achievement of pushing the weight. The study aimed to identify the most important physical measurements and their relationship to some kinematic variables of the Iraqi weightlifting players and their achievement, in addition to identifying the relationship between these variables as a whole. The height of the starting point and the time of the entry stage), (the length of the arm and the time of the entry stage), (the length of the leg and the height of the starting point), (the circumference of the hip and the speed of the start). The researcher recommended emphasizing attention to the angles of direction, attack, and departure, because of their great influence in determining the flight path of gravity.Pages: 15-20 | Views: 187 | Downloads: 56Download Full Article: Click Here
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Ahmed Hanoon Khanjar. The percentage of the contribution of some physical measurements and kinematic variables with their relationship to the achievement of weightlifting for advanced weightlifters. Int J Literacy Educ 2023;3(1):15-20.