|（1.Institute for Sport Performance and Health Promotion，Capital University of Physical Education and Sports，Beijing 100191，China；2.Beijing College of Sports，Beijing 100075，China)
Abstract: The authors carried out a quantitative analysis and summarization on the process of application of body move-ment function training to the Chinese swimming team, and studied the practical effects of body movement function train-ing from such three aspects as body function, basic movement mode and physical quality. The authors observed, recorded and analyzed the 9-week body movement function training of 35 members of the Chinese swimming team, and revealed the following findings: 1) after the training, the grip strength, heart rate and urine color of the athletes had statistically sig-nificant changes; in the Move2perform database comparison analysis, after the training, the grip strength, heart rate in a calm condition and urine color of the athletes in the male group did not reach the average benchmark scores; the heart rate in a calm condition and urine color of the athletes in the female group did not reach the average benchmark scores; 2) in the FMS0 sub-movement, “torso steady push-up” (TSPU) was the most common painful movement mode; 3) before the training, the LUQY-Z scores of the athletes in the male and female groups were lower than the benchmark scores; after the training, the LLQY-Z, RLQY-Z, LUQY-Z and RUQY-Z scores of the athletes in the male and female groups were all higher than the benchmark scores; 4) there was no significant change in ankle joint flexibility before and after the training; 5) the athletes in the male and female groups exceeded the benchmark scores in the 1PU test, but did not reach the bench-mark scores in the 1DIP test; 6) the abdomen core strength of the athletes in the male and female groups did not reach the benchmark scores before the training, but reached the benchmark scores as tested after the training. The said findings indi-cate the followings: 1) such 3 indexes as grip strength, heart rate and urine color can be used for monitoring and evaluating the physical functions of swimmers; 2) aiming at the painful movement modes existing in the athletes, the authors put for-ward such a correction strategy as “flexibility - static movement control - dynamic movement control - strength training”; the correction practice program established according to this strategy was effective; 3) the authors put forward a movement map dedicated for swimming strength training, and designed training programs under the guidance of the map, realized such collective training goals as “primarily developing upper limb strength, maintaining lower limb strength”.
Key words: competition and training；body movement function training；physical function；basic movement mode；physical quality；swimmer；China