2020, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part C
A brief study on the training pattern of sword fencing using motion capture techniques
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Deepak Singh Patial, Dr. Sunil G Purohit and Dr. Pawan Kumar Patial
This paper reports the consequences of an analysis that meant to contemplate move preparing in fencing. Fencers from the exploratory gathering went through six-week move preparing while those from the benchmark group went through ordinary fencing preparing. The fencers' presentation was examined threefold: before the trial preparing (pre-test), following it (post-test), and a month after it (maintenance test). Utilizing a gadget that mimics fencing moves and dissects the exactness of such execution, members finished, with two hands, three tests identified with straight push precision. While no distinctions close by grasp strength was seen between the two gatherings across the three tests, critical contrasts happened regarding their exhibition on the gadget. The gatherings didn't contrast in the pre-tests and the maintenance tests. Be that as it may, the fencers from the test bunch commonly performed preferred in post-tests over pre-tests. These outcomes show that respective exchange can be viable in foil fencing preparing, in spite of the fact that its constructive outcomes are present moment. To be compelling, move preparing should be utilized as an ordinary preparing apparatus.
Pages: 127-132 | 547 Views 61 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Deepak Singh Patial, Dr. Sunil G Purohit, Dr. Pawan Kumar Patial. A brief study on the training pattern of sword fencing using motion capture techniques. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2020;5(2):127-132.