Jun, 25, 2022
In the previous two articles, we have shared four methods of throwing exercises through THE AIR TRACK MAT, but they are all rather tiring as you need to be on your knees on the mat. Today, I'm going to share with you some methods that only require sitting on the mat. Perhaps these methods are a little easier.
Perhaps you are not familiar with these mats. Let me introduce you to the air track mat, an inflatable gymnastics mat that is perfect for home use and easy to carry. It is softer and more flexible than a traditional gymnastics mat.
Method: The practitioner sits on the gymnastics mat with the legs in front, facing the throwing direction, keeping the upper body straight, holding the solid ball with both hands, placing it behind the head, bending the elbows and leaning the upper body back moderately, then the torso drives the arms forward and throws the ball out at an angle of 30 to 40 degrees. The ball is thrown from a 30-40 degree angle.
Effect: This method can stimulate students' enthusiasm for the exercise and give full play to upper limb strength while limiting the muscles below the waist.
The final stroke of the seated shot put
Method: The practitioner sits on the gymnastic mat with the legs in front, keeping the upper body straight, holding the solid ball in the right hand at the clavicle fossa, the right elbow arm parallel to the shoulder or slightly lower than the shoulder, the left hand naturally raised, into a preparatory position, starting with the upper body to the right rear lead, so that the waist and back muscles twist tight upper body slightly tilted to the right, forming beyond the apparatus, the left hand placed above the forehead, waist and abdomen power, the right shoulder and elbow explosive forward to push the ball out, the left arm The left arm swings forward and then backwards and brakes. The upper body is required to be twisted and tightened during the exercise, the turn is tightly articulated to push the ball, and the left arm is traction-braked.
Effect: This method can enhance the coordination of the waist, abdomen and upper limbs and further consolidate and improve the technical movements of the shot put.
Supine on the mat
Method: The practitioner faces the direction of throwing, lies on his back on the gymnastic mat, holds the solid ball on his head with both hands, uses his waist and abdominal strength to sit up quickly on his back, and throws the solid ball forward quickly with both hands at the same time.
Effect: To stimulate students' enthusiasm for the exercise and to improve their upper body strength and lumbar and abdominal muscle strength.
If you want to start buying the air track mat, I think you should come to Kameymall to buy it.
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