Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Strength


Improving Methodology Of Action Games In Training Athletes Of Different Ages

Tajibaev Soyib Samijonovich; Mehriddin Junaydulloevich Abdullaev; Niyazov Askarbay Tolybaevich; Niyazova Olga Yurievna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 806-813

This article scientifically analyzes and substantiates the methodology of using movement games in the development of physical and psychological training of 11-12-year-old athletes in the primary training group.

Improving Methodology Of Action Games In Training Athletes Of Different Ages

Tajibaev Soyib Samijonovich; Mehriddin Junaydulloevich Abdullaev; Niyazov Askarbay Tolybaevich; Niyazova Olga Yurievna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 2907-2914

This article scientifically analyzes and substantiates the methodology of using movement games in the development of physical and psychological training of 11-12-year-old athletes in the primary training group.

KINEMATICS AND KINETICS PERFORMANCE DURING MENSTRUAL CYCLE PHASE AMONG ELITE ATHLETE

Ruaibah Yazani Tengah; Ashril Yusof; Abd. Halim Mokhtar; Nelfianty Mohd Rasyid

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3978-3989

Understanding the effect of menstrual cycle on kinematics and kinetics of exercise performance is important in the sense that menstrual cycle disrupts the hormonal balance of athletes. Changes in hormonal balance might affect exercise performance, and thus might affect longitudinal adaptations which occur from training, and also with biomechanical changes which increase the likelihood of injury. Twelve well trained elite female athletes voluntarily participated in this study. Thirteen kinematic and kinetic variables were measured via force platform during a counter movement jump exercise. General linear model one way repeated measure (ANOVA) and paired sample t test were used to meet the objective of this study. Three variables namely peak power (p = 0.030), mean power (p = 0.010) and peak velocity (p = 0.016) were significantly differed (p < 0.05) across the three menstrual cycle phases, where a reduction was clearly observed during the menses phase. Based on the results, menses phase was detrimental to exercise performance that requires explosive power component for elite level athletes. Thus, training with aims and goals of developing explosive power adaptation is not recommended to be carried out by elite athletes during their menses, with change of strategy during competition is suggested when a decrease in explosive power output might impair related sports specific performance. As a conclusion, athletes’ menstrual cycle process should be monitored closely with training and competition for performance purposes

The Influence Of Top Flat Speed Of Carding Mashine On The Sliver And Yarn Quality

Tojimirzaev Sanjar Turdialiyevich; Parpiev Khabibulla

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 789-797

Processing parameters play an important role in influencing the quality of the final product in any kinds of production. The aim of this project is to observe the quality of the carded sliver and yarn by applying different flat speeds on the carding machine while the other machine parameters were fixed. Five flat speeds (200, 240, 280, 320, and 360 mm/min) have been used to produce slivers and yarns. Sliver fineness of Ne0.11 and yarn of two different counts (Ne20 and Ne30) were produced for assessing the quality. The unevenness and tensile properties are found to be best for flat speed 360 mm/min with significant increasing of waste percentage.

EVALUATIONS GGBS, METAKAOLIN AND WASTE MEDICINE WRAPPERS FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

Sandeep Singh; Gurpreet Singh; Rajat Verma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4562-4567

The investigation attempts to incorporate GGBS and Metakaolin as Fractional
Substitution of cement and Waste Medicine Wrappers as fractional substitution of fine
aggregates. In this study, the flexural, compressive, split tensile, Rebound hammer and
ultrasonic pulse velocity test for pavement quality concrete mixtures for different
percentage of GGBS and Metakaolin as replacement of cement and Waste Medicine
Wrappers as replacement of fine aggregates are reported

Analysis of Seismic Behavior of a Building Considering Openings in the Infill Wall

Hemant Singh Parihar; Mohit Verma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 333-337

Infill walls are inescapable components of a few structures to make detachment among interior space and exterior condition. Generally, here are a few rife notches inside the infill walls because of practical requirements, architectural contemplations or artistic contemplations. In present intended carry out, might and firmness involvement of infill walls aren't thought of. Though, the occurrence of infill walls might impact the seismic reaction of structures exposed to earthquake loads and cause a conduct which is not the same as that anticipated for a bare frame. Additionally, partial openings inside infill walls are important constraint influencing the seismic behavior of unfilled frames in this manner diminishing lateral stiffness and strength. Past specialists have attempted to discover through tests and logically the impact of numerous parameters, such as notch size and locality, proportion of opening, association among outlined and infill wall, flexible feature in surround member, textile property, malfunction mode, and so forth on in filled frames behavior. The present article is planned to think about different models of structures considering the openings at various areas in the infill walls for the seismic conduct. The investigation could encourage trendy and code developers in choosing and suggesting appropriate diagnostic representation for evaluating power, hardness, breakdown modes and different assets of infill frames with openings.