Technique of shots in a handball game in selected handball players.

Technical issues in handball as a sport has not been studied enough so as to give positive results for practical application, especially due to the fact that technique assumes computer technology and that research team must have good understanding of functional anatomy and mathematical modeling. Research methodology applied to analysis of shot techniques, i.e. swings, is fully applicable to biomechanical analysis in all sports in which swing is included as a momentum. Apart from unavoidable external forces in any complex movement generated by man, there are lots of muscles whose ideal simultaneous-successive synchronization enables relative and ideal performance of complex movements. Each synchronization misbalance of muscular effects decreases effects of a complex movement too. Assuming there are no significant kinematic and goniometric differences between male and female handball players in handball as a sport, then the training program should focus on the development of musculature which is operative and simple for throwing activities in handball. Goniometric variables and techniques of ball shots are as follows: absolute angle of bottom elbow, relative angle of elbow articulation, moment just before the ball throw off, slow-down stage of the ball. Video recording is digitalized on PC by means of camcorder, after which each recording is played in succession. Coordinates of relevant figurative points are written with special software to the computer where a special program calculates further the following: fields, time and goniometric values for each figurative and representative point for each position of any throw of a ball.
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Subjects: handball youth junior elite sport throws technique movement co-ordination coordinative ability analysis biomechanics angel velocity arm shoulder
Notations: sport games junior sports
Published in: 1st International scientific conference: Exercise and quality of life, Novi Sad. March 26/28th 2009
Editors: D. Madic
Published: Novi Sad University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education 2009
Pages: 343-346
Document types: congress proceedings
Language: English
Level: advanced