Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering, Chongqing, China
With the sustained and rapid development of China's economy, the income of residents has also grown rapidly, and the people's living standards have also been continuously improved. To a certain extent, it has promoted the development of China's sports industry and has also achieved some eye-catching effects, these achievements have also promoted the improvement and breakthrough of the level of tennis in China, increased the enthusiasm of the masses to participate in tennis, and injected vitality into the sustainable development of tennis in China. Now that living standards have improved, tennis has changed from rich people's activities to popular entertainment, but tennis is a fierce confrontation and easy to get hurt, but the lag of tennis training research restricts the development of safe tennis entertainment. This article is a study of tennis training process, through the imitation of animal movement protection and movement; tennis training is carried out to achieve safe tennis training. This article is mainly realized by ant movement. By simulating the movement process of ant animals, design a set of training plans and models, through simulation experiments and field experiments, the results It is shown that the animal bionic training mode has obvious effects on the tennis player's positive and negative hand techniques, and both positive and negative hand have improved significantly. Although the traditional training mode, the athlete's tennis is positive, the backhand is also slightly improved, but only thanks to the long practice, the ball feel of the students hitting the ball is improved, which is different from the technology. Animal bionic training mode has a positive effect on ameliorate and improving the physical fitness of athletes. Through training, the athlete's speed, endurance, and sensitivity of the three physical qualities have a more significant improvement, and the speed quality of the boys is more significant than that of the girls after the experiment. At the same time, flexibility and sensitivity have also been improved to some extent, but relatively slow.
Animal Bionics, Tennis Training, Ant Algorithm, Training Research
Gongxing Yan. Examination on Tennis Training Based on Animal Bionics. International Journal of Sports Technology (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 1: 32-42.
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