Abstract

Study of adopted vibration training program on improving the lower limb explosive power of track and field athletes

Author(s): Zhilei Han

In sports training, improving the athletes' special strength has always been an important field, which helps athletes achieve better results. This study explores the feasibility of vibration training aiming at track and field athletes, and proves the theory of improving the muscle power depending on vibration training. Firstly, track and field athletes have been selected and divided into groups for 8 weeks training. And compare the changes of track and field athletes before and after training, mainly the comparison of the body composition changes and the lower limbs explosive power changes, and emphatically analyze whether vibration training plays a certain role in the process of improving the lower limbs explosive power in the strength training of track and field athletes, in order to provide a new idea and reference, revealing the significance and importance of vibration training in strength training of track and field athletes. 20 track and field athletes have been selected in this study, the gender are all men. The two groups of athletes are carried out training experiment for 8 weeks respectively. In which the control group used the traditional way of lower limb strength training; the vibration group adopted the vibration training way, and the frequency of the adopted vibration training station is set at 30 Hz and the amplitude is 2 mm. There are two kinds of tests adopted before and after training in this study: body composition tests and CMJ tests, CMJ tests is short for squat jump test. The test result before and after training shows that the vibration program has a remarkable effect on improving the lower limb explosive power of track and field athletes, but has no ideal effect on influencing the body composition of the athletes.


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