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Volume 10, Issue 4 (10-2012)

Identification of one karateka pave the way to reach the top honor. One of the
parameters affecting at success of kumite players is The performance velocity
of techniques. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship
between anthropometric characteristics with the performance velocity of Gyakuzuki
technique in Elite female Karatekas. Thirty-one senior female kumite
competitors of the Sepahan Mobarakeh Foolad karate team participated in this
study. Somatotype and The anthropometric profile were measured. Also, The
performance velocity of techniques was evaluated using quintic software. The
findings showed that The mean somatotype of Karatekas was 3.9 - 4.8 – 3.1
(values for endomorph, mesomorph and ectomorph, respectively). The
Mesomorphic component strongly correlated with velocity of techniques Gyakuzuki.
While, The values height, sitting height and humorous bone length
negative correlated with velocity of technique Gyaku-zuki. The results indicated
that the somatotype and anthropometric characteristics influence on the
performance velocity of Gyaku-zuki technique

V Saleh, H Sadeghi, P Shams Najafabadi, M.r Rezaeian, H Valizadeh,
Volume 15, Issue 13 (9-2017)

The aim of this study was to compare the profile of anthropometric, somatotype and body composition between novice and professional 6 to 8 years old gymnasts. A total of 40 gymnasts in tow group (20 novice gymnasts and 20 professional gymnasts) participated in this study. A total of 17 anthropometric, somatotype and body composition variables were recorded of each subject. The tools used in this study are: questionnaires (individual information and general health evaluation), chronometer, band meter, and movable weight scale, stadiometer, sliding calliper and somatotype software. In ferential and descriptive statistics and independent T test were used to analyze the obtained data. The level of significance was 0.05. There were significant differences in skinfold percentage (triceps, Supraspinatus and calf), total hand length, hip and calf, circumferences, BMI, endomorph and ectomorph between tow group) p<0.05). From an anthropometric stand point, 6 to 8 years old is a lowest and best age for select and talent identification. According to the results, between two groups, professional gymnasts exhibited lower BMI, circumferences (hip and calf), skinfolds, endomorphy and more total hand length, mesomorphy and ectomorphy than nivice gymnasts. On average, professional and novice gymnasts were in ectomorph-mesomorph and endomorph-mesomorph status respectively.

Razie Yaqoubi, Heydar Sadeghi, Ali Yaqoubi,
Volume 16, Issue 15 (9-2018)

Since the anthropometric and biomechanical parameters role is effective in improving the quality of sports skills, researchers and sports scientists are interesting to identify and communicate between these factors. The purpose of this study was making relationship between some of anthropometrical and biomechanical parameter of girl swimmers in swimming breast strokes. Twenty girl Swimmers (mean±SD: age 12±2 years; heights 147.50±11.23 cm; weights  39.53±9.58 kg) performed in this study. After compeletting the personal and satisfaction form anthropometric charactrastics, motion domain, power swimmer’s record along with information about the number of arm and leg kicks in distance of 25 meters was measured. Descriptive statics (mean, Standard deviation) and deductive statics (pearson corrolation, principle component analysis (PCA) to the determine the main parameters influencing and multiple regression to determine the role of main parameters selected) were used for data analysis. Results indicate the relationship between weight and length with swimmers stroke length in swimming breast stroke. Also there was a relationship between body type (endo morph, mezzo morph) with some of swimmers biomechanical parameters (speed, number of legs kicks, top power, hyper extension, motion domin of thigh). The given results indicate that there was a relationship between percentage of the anthropometric and biomechanical parameters in swimmers, and some of biomechanical parameters predictors of back and front crawl swimming in the same swimmer were different.
Golnaz Mousavi, Mehdi Varsei , Abosaeed Rashidi, Reza Ghazisaeidi,
Volume 19, Issue 21 (9-2021)

The purpose of this article is to biomechanically simulate athlete's leg and compression garment to measure the pressure on a young athlete's leg in order to apply more optimal and uniform pressure distribution while providing a greater sense of comfort when wearing.
The body condition and body shape of the athlete are measured by anthropometric method. Although Using a CT scan of the athlete's body (athlete's limb) and the mechanical properties of the pressure garment (leggings) that made of elastane spacer fabric was simulated by finite element technique. The results of measuring the real pressure on the young athlete's foot were measured and compared by a kikuhime device. The values of pressure applied by the leg in the real state and simulation indicate a maximum error of 14/44 percent (Cross section below the knee and the point behind the leg), a minimum error of 8 percent (Cross section of the ankle and the front point of the leg). Despite the assumptions and sources of error in this simulation, the results show that measured pressure values in the simulation mode with the real mode with incredible accuracy
Leila Nazari, Saba Rahmati,
Volume 19, Issue 22 (12-2021)

One of the most important issues in community is health and progress people. Because of durability of a community depends on health each person. In this regard, the present study aims to compare anthropometric, biomechanical and psychological factors between university student and student girls done. Subjects of the study were 86 girls 15-17 years old and 113 university student 18-24 years old, took part randomly in this study. Measure anthropometric, biomechanical characteristic also psychological characteristics including general health (GHQ-28) and personality (NEO-FFI) were measured. The result of independent t-test showed that between percent fat and lean body mass, static balance and muscular endurance and all of the general health factors, there are significant differences between the two groups. In generally the subjects are in the border abdominal obesity and high risks associated health them. Doing prevention programs are essential. One of the most important proceedings for this group doing of physical activity and fitness and have a regular exercise program.

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