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Information Collection, Analysis, and Monitoring System of Children's Physical Training Based on Multisensor

Zhonglin Zhang, Jiajia Xu, Chenggen Peng, Yuping Chen, Fahd Abd Algalil
2022 Applied Bionics and Biomechanics  
, analysis, and monitoring system is proposed.  ...  The results show that for two decision trees, each decision tree is trained with a total of 675 groups of data, and a total of 342 groups of data are verified and pruned.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Youth Project of National Social Science Planning Fund (21CTY011).  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/6455841 pmid:35600843 pmcid:PMC9119768 fatcat:7egagq3xpjdixe7rndzyhesivy

Sport Biomechanics Applications Using Inertial, Force, and EMG Sensors: A Literature Overview

Juri Taborri, Justin Keogh, Anton Kos, Alessandro Santuz, Anton Umek, Caryn Urbanczyk, Eline van der Kruk, Stefano Rossi
2020 Applied Bionics and Biomechanics  
In the last few decades, a number of technological developments have advanced the spread of wearable sensors for the assessment of human motion.  ...  Several studies were conducted to verify the feasibility of using wearable sensors for sport applications by using both commercially available and customized sensors.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is sponsored by the Slovenian Research Agency within the research program ICT4QoL (Information and Communications Technologies for Quality of Life) (research core funding No.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/2041549 pmid:32676126 pmcid:PMC7330631 fatcat:nwh2g77enjfpzbeo5yi5exxjga

Biomechanical Analysis of Dunks Technology

Daliang Zhou
2015 Open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal  
of two aspects to carry on the research, which can provide the basis for the future basketball teaching and training.  ...  technology, we can study the mechanics of the basketball movement endurance to dunk a basketball analysis.  ...  After the proposal of the basketball training in the dunk included in the training program and dunk knowledge popularity in a variety of youth basketball training camp, has the ability to dunk the personnel  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874110x01509011783 fatcat:qtanicxhxvfvbpvwupuzerit5u

Sensor Fusion and Smart Sensor in Sports and Biomedical Applications

José Mendes Jr., Mário Vieira, Marcelo Pires, Sergio Stevan Jr.
2016 Sensors  
The development of fusion techniques is driven by the overview of a given system to be analyzed in order to improve the decision-making process into specific actions in the same system.  ...  The development of fusion techniques is driven by the overview of a given system to be analyzed in order to improve the decision-making process into specific actions in the same system.  ...  Sergio Luiz Stevan, Jr. proposed and guided the development of this work. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16101569 pmid:27669260 pmcid:PMC5087358 fatcat:fankvzg6sffavkx4fcgwthxn2e

Artificial Intelligence Based Body Sensor Network Framework—Narrative Review: Proposing an End-to-End Framework using Wearable Sensors, Real-Time Location Systems and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Algorithms for Data Collection, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Sports and Healthcare

Ashwin A. Phatak, Franz-Georg Wieland, Kartik Vempala, Frederik Volkmar, Daniel Memmert
2021 Sports Medicine - Open  
The current study aims to propose artificial intelligence-based body sensor network framework (AIBSNF), a framework for strategic use of body sensor networks (BSN), which combines with real-time location  ...  The study also elaborates sample scenarios using a specific sensor network consisting of pressure sensors (insoles), accelerometers, gyroscopes, ECG, EMG, and RTLS position detectors for particular applications  ...  Acknowledgements The authors of the paper would like to acknowledge Ms Maithili Phatak for her contribution for the artwork in the current paper.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40798-021-00372-0 pmid:34716868 fatcat:htbk2pu7fvcbjcpslg3lcvgfhi

The use of upper-body intermittent, sequential pneumatic compression arm-sleeves on recovery from exercise in wheelchair athletes

Alison Oliver, Matthew Driller
2020 American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  
Eleven well-trained wheelchair basketball and rugby athletes (8 male, 3 female, mean ± SD age = 33 ± 10 years) performed a series of performance measures pre-exercise, post-exercise and post-recovery (  ...  However, effect size analysis revealed a moderate decrease (d = -0.67) from post-exercise to post-recovery for muscle fatigue in favour of IPSC.  ...  Post-exercise nutrition is supported by a large amount of research, although many of the recommendations proposed (eg.  ... 
doi:10.1097/phm.0000000000001521 pmid:32618754 fatcat:fp2y74tyqzgufam3of6ogehyhm

Aiming accuracy in preferred and non-preferred limbs: implications for programing models of motor control

David E. Sherwood
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
In general, the support for motor equivalency is strong for one-and two-dimensional aiming tasks and for simultaneous bimanual movements, but mixed for unconstrained throwing tasks and tasks that require  ...  feedback-based corrections.  ...  Common examples include the ability of basketball players to shoot and dribble with either hand with equal proficiency, and for marked bilateral transfer in handwriting.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01236 pmid:25408677 pmcid:PMC4219424 fatcat:73e4kdyaonc3pjjpywoet7fwpq

Effects of a Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Intervention on Athletes Psychological Responses Following Injury: A Pilot Study

Rollo Scott, Tracey Jill, Prapavessis Harry
2017 International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine  
Objective: To examine the effects of heart rate variability biofeedback (HRV BFB) training on pain catastrophizing and the psychological response variables of injured athletes.  ...  Conclusion: Preliminary evidence indicates that HRV BFB training may be a promising intervention to improve pain catastrophizing and the psychological responses of injured athletes throughout the rehabilitation  ...  The direction and magnitude of these change score correlations provide support for the proposed physiological mechanism through which HRV BFB may low-up sessions of treatment [27, 40] .  ... 
doi:10.23937/2469-5718/1510081 fatcat:etwr3zgkvbhfbkdosgwj5styd4

Attentional focus and motor learning: a review of 15 years

Gabriele Wulf
2013 International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology  
This article provides a comprehensive review of the extant literature.  ...  Finally, our current understanding of the underlying mechanisms of the attentional focus effect is outlined, and directions for future research are suggested.  ...  These findings seem to provide support for the idea that an external focus on the intended movement effect allows for 'functional variability' (e.g., Mü ller & Loosch, 1999) , such that the motor systems  ... 
doi:10.1080/1750984x.2012.723728 fatcat:mnqn3mumd5f3ljxzzysgr7tw34

Assessment of Hand Function Through the Coordination of Contact Forces in Manipulation Tasks

Slobodan Jaric, Mehmet Uygur
2013 Journal of Human Kinetics  
Specifically, the use of specific hand areas for grasping, calculation of particular safety margins, the role of LF frequency (but not of LF range) and the effects of given instructions should be all taken  ...  Regarding the involved neural factors, the data suggest that the increased frequency, rather than an increased range of a cyclic LF could have a prominent detrimental effect on the GF-LF coordination.  ...  The study was supported in part by a grant from the Serbian Research Council (#175037).  ... 
doi:10.2478/hukin-2013-0001 pmid:23717350 pmcid:PMC3661894 fatcat:3lrlyzdlrze6fngfxy55mzrosu

Diagnoses of athletic potential for the students of Arena School: A pilot study

Elvio Marcos Andrade Júnior, Ariel Arnon de Oliveira Abrahão, Rosilene Andrade Silva Rodrigues, Juliano Bortolini, Kuang Hongyu, Eveliny Barroso Silva, Carlos Alexandre Fett
2019 Journal of Human Sport and Exercise  
The iSports was able to identify athletic potential for football only in girls, corroborate with lab tests. Both tests can complement each other to enhance assessment of sporting talent detection.  ...  The boys did not present a correlation between the variables of the iSports tests with the laboratory tests, but the girls had (rp power = 0.64 p <0.05).The largest values in weight resulted in poorer  ...  Although our sample does not show uniformity in the practice of football, some schoolchildren were enrolled in sports such as volleyball and basketball for example, it is suggested that this test based  ... 
doi:10.14198/jhse.2020.151.19 fatcat:xc4yfnhrkfccznwkcmdhek3yom

Dynamic Knee Stability: Current Theory and Implications for Clinicians and Scientists

Glenn N. Williams, Terese Chmielewski, Katherine S. Rudolph, Thomas S. Buchanan, Lynn Snyder-Mackler
2001 Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy  
We conclude with a brief review of the literature regarding neuromuscular training programs. / Orthop Sports Phys lher 2001;31:54&566.  ...  Prevention programs that train athletes to perform their sport skills in a safe fashion are put forth as the most promising prospect for injury prevention.  ...  .*® A third strategy called the stepping strategy is used in instances where the perturbation is strong enough to displace the center of mass outside the person’s base of support.'”!  ... 
doi:10.2519/jospt.2001.31.10.546 pmid:11665743 fatcat:tk3stazrozcizm53akkr4tmizq

Abstracts presented at International Congress CIDESD 2019

CIDESD 2019
2019 Motricidade  
The International Congress of CIDESD 2019 aims to provide a valuable opportunity for delegates to share, learn from and contribute to the most recent advances in Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences in  ...  Additionally, we will offer a set of thoughtfully designed pre-congress workshops.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank other members of the Leicester Kidney Lifestyle Team for their contribution to the supervision of patient exercise-training sessions during the exercise intervention.  ... 
doi:10.6063/motricidade.16967 fatcat:g5mwfsdzuja2dcshmvf5hcd5fi

Editorial: Desporto e Política

José Augusto Santos
2017 Portugese Journal of Sport Sciences / Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do Desporto  
Training for performance in sport is a matter of adaptation-loss of adaptation cycles.  ...  One hundred and fifty male basketball players, aged 13.3 ± 0.7 years, were evaluated through a MP test bat- tery, controlling for training experience and biological maturation.  ... 
doi:10.5628/rpcd.17.01.09 fatcat:f3cxlir2s5c2dh3edl26womqju

The Effect of Plyometric Training on the Vertical Leap of University Varsity Basketball Players

Lohindren V. Adorable, Christopher Alladin D. Caparino
2013 PMR  
Furthermore, this data may provide helpful information to coaches and athletic trainers since it gives feedback for a better control of the training loads.  ...  Stabilization of the sternoclavicular joint with the figure-of-eight technique seems to be a feasible alternative for young and active patients with remaining instability following conservative treatment  ...  It was proposed an MR rating system for the MTSS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmrj.2013.08.342 fatcat:qelizynuwjburlhzgi6tpu636e
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