Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Innovations in Economic Management and Social Science (IEMSS 2017)

The Analysis of Training Idea of Adolescent Wushu based on the New Rule of Competitive Wushu Routine

Authors
Yong Ding, Shuai Liu
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Yong Ding
Available Online April 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iemss-17.2017.102How to use a DOI?
Keywords
New rules; Wushu routine; adolescent training
Abstract
Based on the implementation of Wushu new rules and the development trend of the current competitive Wushu, this article emphasizes the importance of the strength and speed training of Wushu routines of the adolescent, and further puts forward the corresponding training methods and means. The new rule is not only the ruler of the athlete to judge the technical level and athletic ability, but also an important basis for the training of coaches. It leads the direction of technological development, and at the same time, affects the youth martial arts routine training. A substantial, jumping change is carried out in the scoring method and the content of the score, especially in the optional routines and scoring methods on the content of the drastic reform, which break the unique Chinese culture. The most prominent thing is that the optional item adds a score for the difficulty action. Difficult movements (including the difficulty of movement and connection difficulty and the difficulty of throwing the instrument) make the value orientation of martial arts routine changing.
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