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Biomechanics   Dr. Klaus Mattes

Increasing the effectiveness of the stroke during the drive.

在起跑時增加划槳的效力

1.

The turning – point in the front / at the catch. Late slowing down and fluently, synchronic turning back of the separate body – part – movements .  No stretching into a longer catch-position while resulting a slower catch or missing water.

 

 

轉折點 -  一開始和入水慢慢的降低速度,並流暢地將身體回到提槳入水的位置。
入水時,不要將身體過度伸展太長

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 Reducing the recovery-speed to and at the catch

 

降低入水和回槳之間的速度

 

2.

The first part of the drive / after the catch: Out of the pre-tension and an useful catch-position a positive,  quick catch, but according to the Big-Blade, rising the pressure with a lot of feeling, which enables the athlete to keep this pressure for 2000 m. Continuously power-output by connecting the separate body–part movements.

 

 

起跑的第一部分/入水之後一閞始先前的緊張以及一個有效的入水姿態,而後積極的快速入水。但 是由於是大的槳葉,需以很強的感覺來提高施用的力量。這樣可以使運動員在2000 公尺之間都能維持這樣的力量。持續的力量釋放,是藉由身體部位運動的相連接。

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early, but continuously boat-acceleration , without break in the middle-part of the stroke.

 

一開始要持續船的加速,在中途的划槳不能破壞。

 

3.

Use the Big-Blade more efficient for the force– and power–output in the middle-part and the finish of the stroke. (requires 2. !) Long, even legstroke – acceleration and following connection.

 

能更有效率的使用斧型槳葉的力道及力量,是在划槳的中途及最後的步驟放。長時間,甚至蹬腿, 是加速度的動作並要連貫結合。

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Boat-acceleration in the middle-part and the finish of the stroke.

 

船的加速是在划槳的中途和最拉槳的階段。

 

                                                                                           Joern Grosskopf / Wu Pei-Ling, Nov.99