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2000, vol. 54, iss. 1-4, pp. 35-45
Reliability of basic mechanic characteristics of pulling force and kinematics indicators of crawl technique measured by the method of tethered swimming with maximum intensity of 10 sec
Criminology and Police Academy, Belgrade
Keywords: swimming; tethered swimming; pulling force; crawl technique
Abstract
On the sample of 10 swimmers, sprinters of crawl technique, a test by the method of tethered swimming was done, with maximum intensity 10 sec. The basic aim of the paper was to establish the reliability (method test-retest) of basic mechanic characteristics of pulling force and kinematics characteristics of technique. The following characteristics were followed maximum drawing force - avgF10max, minimum drawing force -avgF10min, gradient of pulling force increase - avgRFD10, pulling force impulse - avglmpF10 frequency of hand movement - pmSF and the duration of separate hand movement pmZavi. The secondary aim was to establish the validity of measuring by tensiometric sound with the hardware-software system created by 'Program Inženjering' company from Belgrade. The results have shown that mutual variable analysis, in relation to measuring, were exceptionally high for maximum pulling force (avgF10max), force gradient (avgRFD10), force impulse (avglmpF10) and the frequency of movement performance (pmSF) and that they were 95,62%, 94.60%, 95.47% and 97.17%, while in variables of minimum pulling force (avgF10min) and the duration of separate hand movement (pmZavt) values were lower and amounted to 74.88% and 73.12%. The change in structure of the distribution of results was noticed in variables avgF10min and pmZavt in relation to measuring, which could be explained by inability of some subjects to adapt quickly from the aspect of mechanism for regulation of excitation intensity.
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