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Kinematic adjustments during succesful and unsuccessful wolf jumps on the balance beam

Kinematic adjustments during succesful and unsuccessful wolf jumps on the balance beam

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MAUZ, Danica, Randall JENSEN, Falk NAUNDORF, Chris RICHTER, Manfred VIETEN, 2013. Kinematic adjustments during succesful and unsuccessful wolf jumps on the balance beam. ISBS. Taipei, Taiwan, 7. Jul 2013 - 11. Jul 2013. In: SHIANG, Tzyy-Yuang, ed. and others. ISBS 2013 : 31th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Taipei, Taiwan, July 07 – July 11, 2013. ISBS. Taipei, Taiwan, 7. Jul 2013 - 11. Jul 2013. Konstanz:University of Konstanz, ID81

@inproceedings{Mauz2013Kinem-24389, title={Kinematic adjustments during succesful and unsuccessful wolf jumps on the balance beam}, year={2013}, address={Konstanz}, publisher={University of Konstanz}, booktitle={ISBS 2013 : 31th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Taipei, Taiwan, July 07 – July 11, 2013}, editor={Shiang, Tzyy-Yuang}, author={Mauz, Danica and Jensen, Randall and Naundorf, Falk and Richter, Chris and Vieten, Manfred}, note={Article Number: ID81} }

Naundorf, Falk Jensen, Randall Richter, Chris deposit-license 2013-09-18T09:15:42Z Mauz, Danica Vieten, Manfred Naundorf, Falk eng Kinematic adjustments during succesful and unsuccessful wolf jumps on the balance beam The current study examined differences in the kinematics between successful and failed landings of a wolf jump on the balance beam. Subjects were 35 elite level gymnasts performing in competition. Discrete point analysis and Analysis of Characterizing Phases found that failed landings involved higher initial longitudinal component of the inertia tensor, body angle in the anterior-posterior direction at takeoff and landing, and the medial-lateral component of angular velocity during the descent of the jump (p < 0.05). While initial higher longitudinal inertial tensor values may have been adjusted during the descent, it is possible that focusing on this factor may have prevented the gymnasts from dealing with other errors in body position; specifically the angle of the body in the anterior-posterior direction. Jensen, Randall 2013 2013-09-18T09:15:42Z ISBS 2013 : 31th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Taipei, Taiwan, July 07 – July 11, 2013 /Tzyy-Yuang Shiang, ... (Ed.). - Konstanz : University of Konstanz, 2013. - P02-25 ID81 Richter, Chris Mauz, Danica Vieten, Manfred

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