Biomechanical justification of the choice of optimum mode for passing the individual pursuit race

Keywords: bicycle sport, biomechanics, electromyography, tactics

Abstract

Purpose : biomechanical justification of the choice of optimum mode of passing competitive distance of 4 km individual pursuit on track. Material : The qualified cyclists (n=14) participated in researches. The modified stationary cycle Monark was used. Cyclists performed work in two modes - A and B. Results : The mode B is physiologically more favorable. The mode B should be considered as a model of passing a distance in preliminary races of individual pursuit. Work in the mode A demands terminal mobilization of organism functions. Work in the mode A is more effective in the achievement of sports result. It can be used only once in the final race of competitions. Conclusions : The received data should be considered as a demonstration of specific features of passing a distance in the competitive modes. The tactical variant of competitive program creation is defined by the individual functional state.

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Author Biographies

A.N. Kolumbet, Department of Physical Education and Health, Kiev National University of Technology and Design
re_play@3g.ua; st. Nemirovich-Danchenko, 2, Kiev, 14013, Ukraine
L.Y. Dudorova, Department of Physical Education and Health, Kiev National University of Technology and Design
vykh46@i.ua; st. Nemirovich-Danchenko, 2, Kiev, 14013, Ukraine
N.A. Babina, Department of Economics, Kiev National University of Technology and Design
babynatg@3mail.ru; st. Nemirovich-Danchenko, 2, Kiev, 14013, Ukraine
S.G. Natroshvili, Department of Economics, Kiev National University of Technology and Design
babynatg@3mail.ru; st. Nemirovich-Danchenko, 2, Kiev, 14013, Ukraine
S.M. Chernovsky, Department of Physical Education and Health, Kiev National University of Technology and Design
chernovskij.sm@knutd.com.ua; st. Nemirovich-Danchenko, 2, Kiev, 14013, Ukraine

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2018-04-27
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Kolumbet A, Dudorova L, Babina N, Natroshvili S, Chernovsky S. Biomechanical justification of the choice of optimum mode for passing the individual pursuit race. Physical education of students. 2018;22(2):70-6. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2018.0203
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