The Relationship between Free Limb Motions and Performance in the Triple Jump

@inproceedings{Yu1998TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Free Limb Motions and Performance in the Triple Jump},
  author={Bing Yu and James G. Andrews},
  year={1998}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate relationships between free limb motions and triple jump performance. The subjects were 13 elite male triple jumpers. Three-dimensional videographic data were collected using a direct linear transformation technique with panning cameras. Changes in the velocity of the whole body center of gravity (G), changes in the whole body angular momentum about G, changes in the velocity of G due to free limb motions, and changes in the whole body angular… CONTINUE READING

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