About aspects of economic technique of ascent the routes in the discipline of sport climbing «lead»

Olexii Shulha

Abstract


Purpose: definition of parameters technique of motor actions athletes climbers, reflecting efficiency of the work in the discipline of climbing «lead». Material and Methods: the video resource official website of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC). Results: Pace and rhythmic structure of movement technique of elite athletes-climbers in a competitive activity were analyzed. Parameters of hand-movement pace while climber ascent the route, as well as the ratio of the different contact phases of interaction of hands with handholds were determined. Conclusion: the economic of technique movement while climber ascent the route dictated by the pace of hand-movements and the prevalence in the ratio of the rhythmic structure contact phase with one hand was found.


Keywords


sport climbing; lead; economic; movement; technique

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