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SPS4004 Introduction to Sports & Exercise Biomechanics – SES/SSC 2014/151.0 Qualitative Analysis of Sprinting TechniqueCapture the videos from the videoing session (Lab 3). Use the sprint criticalfeatures template (Lab_3_Sprint_Critical_Features, I have attach it, with thevideo in this email), and the various play functions in quintic to qualitativelyevaluate the subjects running technique and make some recommendationsfor intervention of any technical errors.From the analysis above (Lab_3_Sprint_Critical_Features), report this bycreating a performer feedback sheet. To highlight the technical errors on theperformer feedback, create a skill sequence for the subject analysed andinsert it below. This is done in the Report menu (Instructions bottom of page).Highlight any technical faults noted on the skill sequence by using the drawingtools available in the Shapes menu. Use another video (you-tube) to comparewith your recorded video.1
SPS4004 Introduction to Sports & Exercise Biomechanics – SES/SSC 2014/152.0 Kinematic ‘Race’ AnalysisResultsInsert the figures from the race analysis lab (book1) and write a brief resultssection. Comment on your observations from the figures. What do thefigures show?Insert your comments on what figure 2 shows hereInsert your first graph hereFigure 2...insert title hereInsert your comments on what figure 3 shows hereInsert your second graph hereFigure 3...insert title hereInsert your comments on what figure 4 shows hereInsert your third graph hereFigure 4...insert title hereInsert any additional graph hereFigure ?...insert title hereDiscussionDescribe the velocity and acceleration profile characteristics over the durationof the race. How did the performances differ? What feedback would you giveto the sprinters to improve their race performance or strategy? What are thelimitations of how the data was collected? Is there any way in which this canbe improved?2
SPS4004 Introduction to Sports & Exercise Biomechanics – SES/SSC 2014/153.0 Semi-Quantitative Analysis of SprintingComplete Table 2 below of basic kinematic descriptors of sprinting technique for your subject. Table 2. Values for basic kinematic descriptors of sprinting technique.Variable ValueStep Frequency (steps/s) (left to right)Insert answerStep Frequency (steps/s) (right to left)Insert answerRight Step Length (m) (left to right)Insert answerLeft Step Length (m) (right to left)Insert answerRight Peak hip flexion relative to the horizontal (º)Insert answerRight Peak knee flexion during swing phase (º)Insert answerRight Peak knee angle during ground contact (º)Insert answerRight Peak Hip extension relative to the horizontal at toe off (º)Insert answerRight Peak Knee extension at toe off (º)Insert answerLeft Peak hip flexion relative to the horizontal (º)Insert answerLeft Peak knee flexion during swing phase (º)Insert answerLeft Peak knee angle during ground contact (º)Insert answerLeft Peak Hip extension relative to the horizontal at toe off (º)Insert answerLeft Peak Knee extension at toe off (º)Insert answerNote: Step Frequency [= 1/ time to complete one-step] from toe off from one foot contact to toe off of the next foot contact. Step length – horizontal distance of toe at one foot contact to toe off at next foot contact.(10 Marks)EvaluationCompare the data obtained to typical values found in the literature (sprinting articles). Based on your findings, what recommendations would you make to the subject, about improving their sprinting technique?(5 marks)Insert your answer hereWhat are the advantages and disadvantages of qualitative analysis compared to quantitative analysis?3
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