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SPRT 1017 Kinematics & Data Interpretation
Transcript of SPRT 1017 Kinematics & Data Interpretation
For a task so simple, the 100m is
Ground Reaction Force
This has been shown to be the biggest predictor sprint velocity.
Therefore; lower the breaking forces, and maximise the propulsive forces.
Ground reaction force
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Kinematics & Data Interpretation
Session Plan ....
Kinematic Recap Theory
Calculations & Analysis Methodology
Applications to Performance
1. Identify and analyse the scientific
principles that underpin the different
types of athletics activities.
McGinnis (2005) p.54
Is this enough detail?!
Average velocities are not sufficient to analyse performance
Average Velocity-Time Graph
Measuring kinematics during sport can identify performance aspects-
Velocity and acceleration profiles
General body motion kinematic analysis can identify performance and/or areas for improvement.
100m Sprint World record progression
Reacting to the gun
Getting out the blocks
Accelerating to top speed
Hanging on for dear life at the end
In the the right direction......of course