Relationship of kinematic analysis and performance of long jump athletes
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationships between the kinematic analysis and performance of long jump athletes. Total Three long jumpers will select as a sample: Indian elite male long jumpers who had represented at international level will be selected as a sample on the basis of performance in preceding competition. The age of all the subjects will be ranged above 18 years. The kinematic variables were Projection angle, Angle of ankle joint (take-off leg), Angle of knee joint (take-off leg) & Angle of Hip joint at the time of take-off and performance of long jump athletes. The Kinematic Analysis of long jump athletes mean, standard deviation and Karl Pearson’s product moment coefficient correlation were employed with the help of statistical package of SPSS. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The outcome of the study shows that significant relationship with performance (.977, .989, .815, .937) of Long Jump athletes in all variables.