A case report of coaching for resolving “under-rotation” during second-turn phase in the discus throw

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  • Maeda Kei
    Kyoto University of Advanced Science, Educational Development Center
  • Ohyama-Byun Keigo
    University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences
  • Ogata Mitsugi
    University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences

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Other Title
  • 円盤投におけるセカンドターン局面の“回転不足”の解消に向けたコーチングに関する事例報告

Abstract

<p>    This study reports a coaching case of a male athlete (abbreviated to “athlete A” after this) who had a problem that left foot lands on the “under-rotation” position during second-turn phase in the discus throw. Since athlete A is the author, this study shows processes and reflections of self-coaching. First, one of the factors which caused “underrotation” was that athlete A was too self-conscious about quick touchdown of left foot during second-turn phase. Then, “turn drill without landing left foot” and “half-turn throw” were adopted as technical training to resolve “under-rotation”. Although the number of trials which left foot lands on the “under-rotation” position reduced to a certain degree after both training, the problem had not been resolved completely. However, coaching processes showed in this study can contribute accumulation of a case study to construct general theory about resolving “under-rotation” in the discus throw.</p>

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Details 詳細情報について

  • CRID
    1390572012411578368
  • NII Article ID
    130008136859
  • DOI
    10.24776/jcoaching.35.1_137
  • ISSN
    24340510
    21851646
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • CiNii Articles
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