THESTUDYOF THEIMPORTANCEINTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS OF INJURYIN ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS AND TRAMPOLINE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF MALE ELITE GYMNASTS OF THE COUNTRY

-, - THESTUDYOF THEIMPORTANCEINTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS OF INJURYIN ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS AND TRAMPOLINE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF MALE ELITE GYMNASTS OF THE COUNTRY. In: First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations, 2,3 May 2019, Ardabil, Iran. (Submitted)

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Introduction Gymnastics is important because of its charm, variety of movements, its foundation and other special features.Therefore, it is important to evaluate the extent and the manner of preventing injuries of this sport in order to improve the performance and health of athletes. because in our country specialized research in artistic gymnastics and trampoline has not been performed and considering the lack of comprehensive and extensive research reports on gymnastic injuries in boys, we examined the importance of internal and external factors causing injury in artistic gymnastics and trampolines from the viewpoint of the elite male gymnasts of the country. Methodology The present research is a descriptive survey using a retrospective study method.The statistical population includes all male gymnasts in artistic gymnastics and trampoline 50 people with an average weight of 64.3 kg and height 172.19 cm and age 41.18 years.Regarding the small number of statistical population in this research, the statistical population is equal to the statistical sample.A researcher-made questionnaire was used to collect information whose validity was confirmed by several of the related studies and its successor was obtained by running in a smaller sample. (α = 0.81) at the descriptive level, frequency and percentage were used. At the inferential level, Friedman test was used and analyzed using SPSS21 and Excel2010 software for obtaining final results at a significant level of less than 0.01, and the results were presented in the study. (01/0> P) Findings The most important intrinsic factors in injury damage in artistic gymnastics are individual error and physical fitness, respectively. And the most important external factors of injury, respectively, lack of educational aids, the use of non-standard equipment and the most important internal factors of damage in trampoline, respectively, are psychological readiness, accuracy and focus during motion execution and the most important external factors of injury, respectively, were the use of non-standard means, defects, and defects in the device that by using Friedman test with a degree of freedom 7 and a significant level of less than 0.01, the importance is confirmed among various factors. (0/01> P) Discuss & Conclusion Physical injuries from the simplest to the most severe types, and with acute and chronic types in most sports, cause problems for the presence of athletes in the sports scene and always have a negative effect on the performance and performance of the heroes.the most important internal factors of damage in artistic gymnastics, individual errors and mistakes, and mental retardation were the most important external factors of injury in artistic gymnastics, the lack of educational aids and the use of non-standard equipment in trampolines. As a result, there is a difference between the internal factors of damage between artistic gymnastics and trampolines.

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Subjects: Divisions > Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Divisions: Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Subjects > Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Date Deposited: 18 Jun 2019 05:32
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2019 05:32
URI: http://repository.uma.ac.ir/id/eprint/7382

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