Home           Contact us           FAQs           
   Journal Page   |   Aims & Scope   |   Author Guideline   |   Editorial Board   |   Search
2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 18)
Article Information:

Tennis Forehand Stroke Action of Biological Mechanics Analysis

Feng Li and Lu Liu
Corresponding Author:  Feng Li 

Key words:  Biological mechanics, forehand stroke, rotational moment, tennis, , ,
Vol. 5 , (18): 4590-4593
Submitted Accepted Published
December 31, 2012 January 17, 2013 May 05, 2013

Forehand technique is the basic tennis technology, the highest utilization rate technology, but also the most lethal technology and one of the magic weapons of a tennis match. Grasp the qualitative and quantitative methods combined, the combination of video, movie, analytical and computer technology, combining the principles of the movement mechanics and mathematical statistics. Based on the biological mechanics principle and according to the latest research results of the element analysis and logic analysis, analysis of forehand stroke technical movement, which make us more subtle and correct understand forehand technique and eventually be able to provide a scientific theoretical guidance and practical reference for tennis teaching and training and make a small contribution to perfect tennis skills and innovation.
Abstract PDF HTML
  Cite this Reference:
Feng Li and Lu Liu, 2013. Tennis Forehand Stroke Action of Biological Mechanics Analysis.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(18): 4590-4593.
    Advertise with us
ISSN (Online):  2040-7467
ISSN (Print):   2040-7459
Submit Manuscript
   Current Information
   Sales & Services
   Contact Information
  Executive Managing Editor
  Email: admin@maxwellsci.com
  Publishing Editor
  Email: support@maxwellsci.com
  Account Manager
  Email: faisalm@maxwellsci.com
  Journal Editor
  Email: admin@maxwellsci.com
  Press Department
  Email: press@maxwellsci.com
Home  |  Contact us  |  About us  |  Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2009. MAXWELL Science Publication, a division of MAXWELLl Scientific Organization. All rights reserved