Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology



Zukhro Bahadirovna Khamraeva*, Farkhad Alisherovich Tashpulatov, Parvu Carmen and Edi Setiawan

This article explores the fundamental principles of biomechanics within gymnastics, aiming to clarify the interplay of both external and internal forces and their consequences. In the realm of gymnastics supported positions serve as a nexus where gravitational, centripetal, centrifugal, and Coriolis forces converge to orchestrate the complex dynamics of body movement. In this article it is shown that gymnasts can use their bodies to change how gravity and other forces affect them. This helps them move faster and better, especially when they're trying to stretch out while coming down, and doing other different kind of exercises (such as salto, push-offs, korbut flip, etc.) That`s why, this article looks into how gravity, along with other forces such as Coriolis, centripetal and centrifugal forces, affect gymnastic movements. This research aims to make gymnastics safer and more successful by making gymnasts aware of how different forces affect their movements. It explores how gymnasts change their posture to move better and faster. By studying these movements, we can learn how to improve performance and prevent injuries. Furthermore, in this article the precise interactions between these forces are explained, which makes the most unique part of article. By analyzing the dynamics of gymnastic exercises, this study seeks to contribute to the existing body of knowledge and provide valuable insights for coaches, athletes, and researchers. While existing research has delved into various aspects of gymnastic dynamics, there still remains a need to comprehensively elucidate the role of gravity and other forces in shaping better performance outcomes


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