The purpose of this study was to gain an insight into the kinematics and kinetics of the single-handed dynamic moves on campus board and investigate the effects of increased rung distance on biomechanical parameters. Eight climbers, six males and two females, performed various single-handed dynamic moves on an instrumented campus board. Kinematic and kinetic data were collected during each jumping move. The results showed that duration of acceleration and flight phases increased and duration of control phase decreased with increasing target distance. The reaction force on the starting rung in acceleration phase and the reaction force on target rung were found increasing with increasing target distance.
Amca, Arif Mithat and Smith, Neal
"BIOMECHANICS OF THE SINGLE-HANDED DYNAMIC MOVES ON CAMPUS BOARD AND EFFECT OF RUNG DISTANCE,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 35:
1, Article 44.
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