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The effects of a different arm swing on vertical jump and toe-touch jump performance

The effects of a different arm swing on vertical jump and toe-touch jump performance

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jumping.,
  • Human mechanics.,
  • Kinesiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barry A. Munkasy.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxii, 138 leaves
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16903047M

    Typical vertical force-time curve from countermovement vertical jump performance, vertical force applied to the center of mass of our jumper. One of the first things we tend to do to make sense of a force-time curve is determine the subject’s weight from the period of . with arm swing) and countermovement jump without arm swing (CMJ no arm swing). And also study the relationships between biomechanical parameters and arm swing. In the vertical jump, as well as in many sports skills, the arms are swung vigorously upward during take-off to enhance performance [19]. The vertical jump is very important in sports.

    Goals: The main goal of a vertical jump is to achieve maximum height. Specifically, we want to hit the marker with one hand. Therefore, we need a maximum jump, while stretching one arm as high as possible. There is a little technical skill involved in the best way to hit the marker. The standing jump was significantly different from all the jumps, giving the lowest vertical jump height. To see the effects of countermovement the squat jump with arms was compared to the countermovement with arms. There was evidence to conclude that there was a difference between the two jumps. Also, the comparison.

    INTRODUCTION. The improvement of an athlete’s vertical jumping ability is a vital contribution to overall sports performance. Basketball players execute a vertical jump (VJ) on an approach to the basket to execute a layup or dunk, whereas a volleyball player may use a rapid countermovement jump (CMJ) to achieve a block or spike a ball. Swimmers perform an extension of the hip, knees, and.   Eighteen subjects performed three vertical jumps on a force platform with arm movement and three jumps without arm movement. The contribution of arm movement to maximum force, work done, power, and the release velocity was found as 6, 14, 15, and 6%, respectively, for this population.


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The effects of a different arm swing on vertical jump and toe-touch jump performance Download PDF EPUB FB2

But they did not discuss the work output by each joint, and therefore, the problem of quantifying the arm-swing effect remains to be solved.

Recently, Lees et al. () examined the theories and mechanisms that underpin enhanced performance in the vertical jump when using an arm swing. In their experiment, subjects jumped higher ( m) in Cited by: The jump heights, joint torques, power and work were calculated by combining kinematic and kinetic data.

It was confirmed that arm swing enhanced the jump height significantly (p arm swing (p Cited by:   Arm swing has been shown to result in greater jump heights along with increased vertical ground reaction forces (VGRF) and power during unloaded jumps (12, 14).Hara et al. (14) showed that arm. Arm swing helps to increase vertical jump height (VJH), in part by a greater hip joint muscle work.

The force–velocity relationship has been put forward to explain the increase in hip joint work. Nevertheless, the efficacy ratio, muscle shortening length, and active state might be parameters that affect the effective energy and then by: Effect of an Arm Swing on Countermovement Vertical Jump Performance in Elite Volleyball Journal of Human Kinetics volume 53/, 41.

Effect of an Arm Swing on Countermovement Vertical Jump Matej Supej2, Janez Vodičar2 The aim of this study was to determine how elite volleyball players employed the arm swing (AS) to enhance their jump performance.

The study assessed how the AS influenced the duration and magnitude of the vertical ground different arm positions (Neves. 4: The arm swing contribution to the hip joint torque may be divided into two components, i.e., shoulder joint torque applied to the trunk (Ts) and the torque created about the CG of the trunk by the shoulderjoint force applied to the trunk (Tf) (Fig.

4).The peak of the arm swing contribution (the sum of Ts and Tf) occurred at about the middle of the propulsive phase, which is considered to. objectives of this study were to study the effect of arm swing on standing lateral jumps and reveal motor coordination principles that enable any performance enhancement due to the free arm movement.

The role of arm movement in vertical and forward jump performance has been investigated in many previous studies. The arm action differed during the initial and final propulsion phases in both styles but the accumulated vertical contribution was similar. The practical implication in sports is that the use of the arm-swing technique to reach the maximum jump height should be determined by tactical demands instead of the technical execution of the arms.

Force, motion and electromyographical data were recorded during each performance. Participants jumped higher ( m) in the arm swing compared to the no-arm swing condition and was due to increased height (28%) and velocity (72%) of the center of mass at take-off. The increased height at take-off was due to the elevation of the arm segments.

The role of arm motion on the performance of the standing long jump was investigated. Three males performed a series of jumps with free (JFA) and with restricted (JRA) arm motion to determine if arm swing improves jumping distance. The subjects jumped off a force platform and the motion of the body segments were recorded with a four-camera, passive motion-capture system.

of the jump (10). When jumps with arm swing are compared with jumps without arm swing, there is empirical evidence that the average height of the jumps is greater than 10% when the arms are used (13,16,19) and that the vertical speed of the mass center is greater when there is arm swing (9).

The explanation for the mechanism of. Get this from a library. The effects of a different arm swing on vertical jump and toe-touch jump performance.

[Barry A Munkasy]. INTRODUCTION. The purpose of this article is to justify a standardized protocol of 2 vertical jump tests which are complex and place a large demand on the neuromuscular system. These tests are the counter movement jump with arm swing (CMJA) and the reaction jump with arm swing after a drop from a free height with limited flexion of the knees and a brief contact time (1RJA).

The aim of this study was to determine the precise effect of plyometric training (PT) on vertical jump height in healthy individuals. Meta‐analyses of randomised and non‐randomised controlled trials that evaluated the effect of PT on four typical vertical jump height tests were carried out: squat jump (SJ); countermovement jump (CMJ); countermovement jump with the arm swing (CMJA); and.

DOI: /ch Corpus ID: Understanding how an arm swing enhances performance in the vertical jump. @article{LeesUnderstandingHA, title={Understanding how an arm swing enhances performance in the vertical jump.}, author={Adrian Lees and Jos Vanrenterghem and Dirk De Clercq}, journal={Journal of biomechanics}, year={}, volume={37 12}, pages={.

In the present study, the subjects were tested with a CMJ while in other studies the drop jump, the CMJ with arm swing and the standing broad jump were used for testing (Comyns et al., ; Hanson et al., ; Koch et al., ). The drop jump is a fast stetch shortening cycle activity while the CMJ a slow one.

Fitness Testing > Tests > Speed & Power > No Arm Vertical Jump. Vertical Jump Test - with no arm movement. This procedure describes the method used for directly measuring the vertical jump height, like in the standard vertical jump test, though in this protocol no arm swinging is moving the arms isolates leg muscles and reduces the effect of variations in coordination of the arm.

Previous jumping studies have examined the role of arm swing in vertical and horizontal long jump performance, but none have been found which studied the role of arm swing in standing lateral jumps.

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of arm motion on standing lateral jump performance and to examine the biomechanical mechanisms that may explain differences in jump.

Table 1: Comparison between a counter-movement jump with an arm-swing (CM-AS) and a squat jump with no arm swing (SJ-NAS) Type of Jump Peak height (cm) Vertical velocity at take off (m/sec) Maximum knee flexion angle (degrees) Peak knee angular velocity (degrees/sec) SJ-NAS CM-AS Figure 3.

Overlay. The vertical jump is widely used as a field test of performance capability, particularly in games like soccer. Invariably some players perform better than others and, while this is usually put down to greater strength or ‘explosive power’, there is no detailed information to explain how the muscles around the major joints contribute to this performance and what the nature of this.The effects of a different arm swing on vertical jump and toe- touch jump performance by Barry A.

Munkasy. GV PE MFICHE The effects of the Strength Shoe on vertical jump performance in male collegiate basketball players by Shannon Maureen Cody.Obviously, arm swing has very little effect on the 3 rd factor, but can affect the amount and duration of force you apply. Jump Higher: To jump up, we need to push down.

Hard. Perhaps counter-intuitively, being able to create force down determines how high you can jump up. Using Newton’s 3 rd law to good effect. Based on that, the focus of.