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The Effect of Specialized Digital Training on Double Poling Technique for Para Seated Cross-Country Skiing Athletes

Yong Wang1, Dong Sun1,*, Anand Thirupathi1, Julien S. Baker2, Yaodong Gu1,*

1 Faculty of Sports Science, Ningbo University, Ningbo, 315211, China
2 Centre for Health and Exercise Science Research, Department of Sport and Physical Education, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, 999077, China

* Corresponding Authors: Dong Sun. Email: email; Yaodong Gu. Email: email

Molecular & Cellular Biomechanics 2022, 19(4), 177-189. https://doi.org/10.32604/mcb.2022.021764

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Purpose: In order to satisfy the requirements of Chinese Para seated cross-country skiers special training for Double poling scientifically, and the individualized strength training of Paralympic athletes, this study aims to explore the effect of the full-dimensional servo-driven intelligent training system on para cross-country skiers’ strength training. Methods: 12 Para seated cross-country skiing athletes were included (6 males and 6 females: LW10.5-LW12), 4 weeks of training of the Double poling based on the centripetal isotonic mode of the full-dimensional servo-driven intelligent training system, the special strength quality indicators include the speed and power of the Double poling in the centripetal phase. The SPM1d paired-sample t-test was used for statistical analysis of each index before and after training. Results: After 4 weeks of special movement training through the full-dimensional servo-driven intelligent training system, the speed and power of the Double poling of 12 seated cross-country skiers were significantly improved compared to before training. In the Double poling period, the speed index of female athletes increased significantly in the 92%–100% stage, and the male athletes in the 20%–23% and 72%–73% stages. The power index of female athletes increased significantly in the 17%–18%, 21%∼30% and 70%∼82% stages, and the male athletes in the 49%–58% and 91%–100% stages. Conclusion: The full-dimensional servo-driven intelligent training system can significantly improve the special strength quality index of Para seated cross-country skiers’ Double poling techniques and enhance the special ability on snow. In addition, the system can meet the personalized and specialized training needs of disabled athletes to a great extent, monitor and feedback training data in real-time, and further reduce the risk of sports injuries.

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Wang, Y., Sun, D., Thirupathi, A., Baker, J. S., Gu, Y. (2022). The Effect of Specialized Digital Training on Double Poling Technique for Para Seated Cross-Country Skiing Athletes. Molecular & Cellular Biomechanics, 19(4), 177–189.



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