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“…This indicated that, in contrast to Yu and Hay (1996) and Yu (1999), any reductions in horizontal velocity were linearly related to the magnitude of the vertical velocity at takeoff and not the total gain in vertical velocity during the contact phase.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
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“…This indicated that, in contrast to Yu and Hay (1996) and Yu (1999), any reductions in horizontal velocity were linearly related to the magnitude of the vertical velocity at takeoff and not the total gain in vertical velocity during the contact phase.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…These studies found that individual athletes had a linear relationship between the gain in vertical velocity and the loss in horizontal velocity in each of the three phases, which they termed the 'horizontal-to-vertical velocity conversion factor'. Perhaps surprisingly the athletes with the highest horizontal-to-vertical velocity conversion factor (those that lost the most horizontal velocity for a unit gain in vertical velocity) were those that jumped the furthest overall (Yu and Hay, 1996). These investigations did not consider the effects of initial velocities at the touchdown of each phase on the subsequent velocity trade-offs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…From the aspect of motor pattern structure, triple jump can be regarded as a connection of cyclic and acyclic movements. Efficient transformation of runup speed into take-off for hop phase is correlated with the correct rhythm and visual as well as kinaesthetic control (Hay, 1999;Kyrolainen, Komi, Virmavirta, & Isolehto, 2007;Yu & Hay, 1996). The first phase (hop) is the longest and represents 36 -39% of overall distance of three phases (Grahman-Smith & Lees, 1994;Kyrolainen et al, 2007;Panoutsakopoulos & Kollias, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Интересантна анализа троскока је дата у раду [40]. Стручњаци већ деценијама покушавју да утврде како је најбоље да се расподели напор између три фазе код троскока: корака, поскока и скока.…”
Section: анализа досадашњих резултата у светуunclassified