Investigating Relationship between Running Motions and Skills Acquired from Jump Trainings

Chanjin Seo, Masato Sabanai, Hiroyuki Ogata, Jun Ohya


To identify the difference in performers' motions, this paper investigates the relationship between running motions and the result of evaluating motions during jump training. To clarify the relationship, two experiments were performed using 17 subjects as follows: i) obtaining sequences of human joints during running to evaluate running motions, and ii) obtaining motions during jump training which could skill up the running motions. According to the result of those experiments, we confirmed that whether a running motion is good or not relies greatly on the number of acquired skills.


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