BioKinematic Analysis of Tippelt Motion on Parallel Barsin gymnastics

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to provide an appropriate model for Tippelt movement performance and Tippelt movement training data by quantitative analysis of the kinematic variables of three gymnasts from the Iraqi national gymnastics team. Results of analysis of kinematic differences between the three gymnasts.1.The joints of the shoulders that extended as far as possible affected the movement of Tippeltin the lower swing. The process of reaching the body mass center to the maximum speed at the point of flection and the body moves from the vertical phase to the forward direction, making movement control as possible.2.The high swing movement made the air stable and made the control of the body quickly move to the anterior direction by extending the shoulder and hip joints to reverse the direction.3.That fly up and erect the body quickly and ease the angle of the hip joint on the high flight. When the motion was performed with an inverse rotation force making the movement stable.As a result of this study, it appears that sudden drop and maximum shoulder joint extended is important when performing Tippelt motion in parallel bars. The maximum hip flexion at the starting point of the ascending swing, the sudden extended to the opposite direction of the shoulder and hip joints when leaving the parallel bars, the control of the body moving to the forward direction, and the reduction of the angle of the hip joint in the flight phase is important.