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International Journal of Sports Technology, 2020, 1(4); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2020.010404.

Prevention and Evaluation of Ankle Injury in High-intensity Track and Field Training Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method

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Shoujin Wang

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Shoujin Wang
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Shenyang Jianzhu University, Shenyang, China

Abstract

In order to cultivate a socialist successor with all-round development of moral, intellectual, and artistic work, many college sports teams have carried out track and field training programs to achieve good habits for helping students to keep fit and to train students to participate in sports. In the course of track and field, the ankle joint is an important part of the human body and the most vulnerable part. In training, the ankle joint is the largest part of the point of force, which is very easy to damage. Running and jumping in track and field is essential, which can easily lead to injury in sports training. It is difficult to prevent. In track and field training, ankle joint injury is the highest proportion of injured parts, accounting for about 30% of sports injuries. In order to reduce or avoid the occurrence of ankle joint injury during the training process, and take effective preventive measures, an effective method should be selected for evaluation. According to the influencing factors of ankle joint injury in track and field training, this paper based on fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method, the evaluation model of ankle injury prevention measures in high-intensity track and field training, find out the problems existing in training, and put forward effective preventive measures. According to the constructed evaluation model, the final calculation result is: B=0.74, which indicates that the track and field team generally prevents the athletes from developing ankle injury during the exercise training, and needs further improvement to reduce the athlete's ankle injury during the training. The evaluation index system of ankle joint injury prevention measures is analyzed. The results show that the fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method can effectively obtain the current preventive measures for track and field sports training.

Keywords

Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method, Track and Field Sports, Sports Training, Ankle Injury

Cite This Paper

Shoujin Wang. Prevention and Evaluation of Ankle Injury in High-intensity Track and Field Training Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method. International Journal of Sports Technology (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 4: 78-91.

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