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Study on Technical Standards of Different Speed Ranges of Man's Junior Race Walkers

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DOI: 10.23977/jhms.2023.040109 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 469

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Jie Ma 1

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1 National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts, Beijing, 100073, China

Corresponding Author

Jie Ma

ABSTRACT

Race walking technique is closely related to speed, and the technical standards based on the relationship between speed and technique is more reasonable and practical. In this study, literature method, expert survey method, biomechanical test method, mathematical statistics method, etc. are adopted,  by constructing the evaluation indicator system of men's junior athletes' walking technique, 14 key indicators of 4 category of swing type, support type, flight type and speed rhythm type were selected, among which the swing type indicators had the highest contribution rate; Combining the correlation between each indicator and the speed, it can be divided into stable type and sensitive type; According to the principle of the race walking technique again, the indicators are classified into 3 types of high-excellent type, medium-excellent type and low-excellent type; Finally, the percentile method was used to grade and assign the technical indicators of each speed range, and the technical standards of race walking for men's junior in different speed ranges were established to provide reference for training. 

KEYWORDS

Men's junior, Race walking technique, Speed, Standard

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Jie Ma, Study on Technical Standards of Different Speed Ranges of Man's Junior Race Walkers. Journal of Human Movement Science (2023) Vol. 4: 43-50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jhms.2023.040109.

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