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Losin B.E., Ivanova G.P., Bilenko A.G., Grigoryeva D.V., Borodin A.V. Basketball players’ jumping ability evaluation by temporal structure of series of continuous jumps

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p196-201
 
Basketball players’ jumping ability evaluation by temporal structure of series of continuous jumps
Boris Efimovich Losin, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Galina Pavlovna Ivanova, the doctor of biological sciences, professor, Alexander Grigoryevich Bilenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Darya Vladimirovna Grigoryeva, the teacher, The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg; Alexander Vladimirovich Borodin, the candidate of technical sciences, senior lecturer, Saint Petersburg State Electrotechnical University

Abstract
Basketball players’ jumping ability quantifiable evaluation method based on both push-off swiftness and jump height is discussed. Jump height and push-off swiftness, measured with TABS system, characterize jump temporal structure and their relation gives ground to jumping ability evaluation based on series of high jumps by trained basketball players. This enables to determine such key factors for successful performance as jumping ability index (JAI), jumping stamina coefficient (Cjs) and outleap swiftness, and consequently – overall jumping ability.
Keywords: basketball, jump temporal structure, TABS automated system, jumping ability index, jumping stamina coefficient.
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Contact information: borislosin@gmail.com
Article arrived in edition 24.01.2021
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