Increasing Efficiency of Semifond Running by Improving Technical Aspects
Our analysis attempts to highlight some technical aspects that we believe can be exploited to increase the effectiveness of re-systematic injuries by detecting the non-synchronizations that occur between the body segments during effort on a fatigue background.
We refer here to the different power released by the lower limbs, which generates deviations of the impulse vectors and which ultimately result in a lesser capitalization of the mechanical work actually performed.
The level at which the performance in the 1500 m running on the world scale could be greatly improved by discovering those small details that could still be corrected.
High-frequency video analyzes can serve this purpose, but the biomechanics of body movements must be properly controlled to know what we are reporting.
The novelty consists in the fact that through this research we want to identify the technical faults occurring in the run distance competitions, in order to subsequently develop an intervention program with the main purpose of improving the frequently encountered technical errors. For this, we will use monitoring and video analysis, then interpreting the results with a program called Kinovea.
Kinovea is a video analysis software that allows you to capture and play at different speeds a video recording with the ability to analyze kinematic parameters.
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