Reasons for Absolute Strength Injury and Preventive Measures in Skiing from the Ecological Perspective

Liping Li, Shishan Zeng

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 217-221


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In skiing sports, absolute strength training is very necessary, an increased strength plays a vital role in improving skiing results. Under long term of high intensity training, the change of centre-of-gravity position may lead to deformed movement. The unbalanced movement and exerting excessive strength will further lead to injures of waist, knee, should joint, etc, and thus severely impact careers of skiers. This paper conducted retrospective analysis of occurrence situations of absolute strength injures after skiers applied with comprehensive prevention measures and excellent effect was obtained. Now we conclude the causes for sport injures and related prevention measures as below, in the hope of providing reference and guidance for skiers and skiing trainers.


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