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Capturing while Running: Reflection and Application on the Mach Drills
Mach drills;limb operation;space;sport
|Issue Date:||2018-03-16 15:43:27 (UTC+8)|
Athletes’ scores have been significantly improved after the Mach drills were invented in the track and field. Hence, the Mach drills become a must for the athletes. The drills divide one’s movements of running into several movements, pick up the inaccurate movement and then correct it. This will make the running gestures become more perfect. Generally speaking, the Mach drills are based on the operation of the limbs. Athletes’ scores can be significantly improved after having initially learned the drills. However, this does not seem good enough for the athletes who master the drill to a certain extent, as the adaptation of athlete’s running postures and scores are concerned. As a splinter, the researcher was once assisted by the Mach drills. However, meeting the bottleneck in training, the researcher cannot help but wonder if Mach drills have been operated to achieve their ultimate effects. By surveying the interviews, comparing the distinguished athletes and trainers’ viewpoint, and referencing the training texts, the researcher analyzes and induces their core concepts. The researcher discovers that today’s training of the Mach drills seems largely to remain on the focus of movement operation, and fail to develop from one’s conscious. Hence, the researcher attempts to enhance the notion of spatial caption in terms of consciousness from the anti-Mach drills training, in order to reshape the drills. This permits the training to focus on the consciousness and the goal to capture the spatial “having done the exact act” from “having done the act” of lifting the legs and pressing power, in order to operate their ultimate function and benefit athletes’ performance.
|Relation:||政大體育研究, 第 24 期, 頁 73-85|
|Appears in Collections:||[NCCU Sports Series] Journal Articles|
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