Study of successful implementation in the pirouette''''s movement of gymnastics with two fast and slow speeds
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1Associate Professor, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
2Assistant Professor, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
3founder of atom sport academy
Introduction: The research approach was to investigate how successful implementation in the pirouette’s movement of gymnastics was doing in two fast and slow speeds. We using a semi-experimental approach to advance the research.
Methodology: Participants included 8 professional male gymnasts from the age range of 8 to 10 years old. The research procedure was that the person performed a 360 degrees rotational pirouette movement (Pirouette is a gymnastic turn meaning “spin". It describes when a gymnast is turning around one leg with the other off the ground and in a position, most commonly in pass (five times with a slow and five times with a fast speeds that gymnasts rest 60 seconds between each spin. The rate of successful execution of the individual based on the physical gesture and calculating the distance of landing foot from the support leg with spherical markers mounted on ankles with reflecting the red light and the 460 Vicon motion analyzer with four T series (250 Hz) cameras. Finally, for analysis of the results, SPSS software and repeated measures analysis of variance with significant level (p≤0.05) were used.
Results: From the results, it was argued that in qualitative and quantitative views, the gymnasts performed better in fast-motion than in slow-moving mode and had more balance.
Discussion: From this study, it was found that the speed factor does not always reduce precision and imbalance and as it has been demonstrated in the experimental environment, coaches can told the gymnasts doing with the maximum speed in the training and implementation of pirouette movements.