Guebli Abdelkader, Reguieg Madani, Sbaa Bouabdellah


The purposes of this study were to revealing correlation between the angles of body in the motor performance and stages take-off (time of phase & push angle) in each phases (hop, step and jump) for elite Algerian in triple jump. Our study based on the kinematic analyzes of the phases triple jump in the collision and push stages, through the Kinovea programmer. For this study, we have chosen the analysis of correlation (the Pearson correlation ”R”) in each of the phases (hop, step and jump) in the collision and push stages. Based on the practices and weaknesses of elites in practice; we confirm: 1) there is a statistically significant the correlation in the collision stage (hop phase; the angle of trunk°) with the time and angle of push, 2) the problem of our elites is in the hop phase, and its relationship with; the step and jump phases, 3) Improve achieve horizontal vertical velocity in hop phase and preservation in next phases (step and jump) as solution.


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