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International Journal of Sports Technology, 2021, 2(3); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2021.020302.

Animal Sports Behaviors for the Training of Sprinters


Yupeng Li and Nian Zhang

Corresponding Author:
Nian Zhang

School of Physical Education and Health, Linyi University, Linyi No. 21 Middle School, China


Rapid power as a form of power is essential for most sports. It is the key to whether a sprinter can achieve excellent results. Sprint coaches have always attached importance to the study of strength training for sprinters. The traditional concepts and methods of sprint strength training have played a certain role in promoting the training of sprints, but there are still obvious deficiencies and shortcomings. Exercise is a basic feature of animals. Many animals have superior athletic ability. This ability is derived from the animal's fine perception of exercise reaction and precise real-time regulation of exercise behavior. The kangaroo is a representative of the excellent jumping ability in nature and has a strong explosive power. The mechanics research on the kangaroo in the bounce movement has important scientific significance and perfects the knowledge of animal motion mechanics. This paper takes the kinematics analysis of some sprinters' training techniques as the research object. Technical analysis of 158 athletes, in order to better describe the animal sports for athletes' sprint technical reference, the analysis and analysis of the use of sports scores in the form of comparative analysis. With the further development of sports science, the drawbacks of some traditional resistance training began to emerge. The animal movement behavior draws on the introduction of training and the effects achieved in some training practices. Especially in terms of strength improvement. Therefore, in this paper, the article discusses the training of sprinters in combination with animal movement behavior.


Animal Sports Behavior, Sprinters, Strength Training, Training

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Yupeng Li and Nian Zhang. Animal Sports Behaviors for the Training of Sprinters. International Journal of Sports Technology (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 3: 13-24. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJST.2021.020302.


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