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ANALYSIS OF TIMING SKILL OF DROP EXERCISE IN ELITE INDOOR TUG OF WAR ATHLETES

@inproceedings{Tanaka2007ANALYSISOT,
  title={ANALYSIS OF TIMING SKILL OF DROP EXERCISE IN ELITE INDOOR TUG OF WAR ATHLETES},
  author={Katsue Tanaka and Shigeki Kawahara and Naoto Minamitani and Motoi Fukushima and Cao Yulin and Hiroh Yamamoto},
  year={2007}
}
In order to describe the timing skill of the elite athletes of indoor Tug of War, the purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between peak force time (PT) differences and the peak force (PF) exerted by two pullers. The team holding the gold medal record for the World Indoor TOW Championships 2004 participated in this study (N=22). Also eight novice male students participated. Our data revealed that the sum of individual PF in two pullers was 305.9±41.4kgw and PF exerted by the… 

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