V Elocities and Joint Angles during Double Backward Stretched Salto Performed with Stable Landing and in Combination with Tempo

@inproceedings{Sadowski2009VEA,
  title={V Elocities and Joint Angles during Double Backward Stretched Salto Performed with Stable Landing and in Combination with Tempo},
  author={J Sadowski and W. Boloban and Andrzej Mastalerz and Tomasz Niźnikowski},
  year={2009}
}
The aim of the study was to compare the values of velocity an joint angles obtained during performance of double salto backward stretched with a stable landing and its combination with salto tempo. Seven top level acrobats (track jumpers) participated in study. Mean values of body height, mass and age had a value of: 170 cm ± 4.0 cm, 72.4 kg ± 3.6 kg, 20.4±1.7 years, respectively. The studies were conducted on a standard acrobatic path (type PTS 2000). Two digital video cameras (240 Hz) and… CONTINUE READING

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