GameLab4Health

Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics participate in the project GameLab4health. The results so far is two reports:

 

Sport-sensor for improved quantity and quality of exercise training

The purpose of the present study was to study if the sports-sensor is applicable for quantifying human movement during various elastic bands exercises performed in bed

Download the report: Sport-sensor for improved quantity and quality of exercise training

 

Monitoring neck and shoulder dumbbell exercises using the Sport-sensor

The introductory videoes below is for the report "Monitoring neck and shoulder dumbbell exercises using the Sport-sensor".

Lateral raise (LAT)
Subject stands in an upright position and lifts her arms to a 90 degree shoulder abduction in the frontal plane

Front raise (FRO)
Subject stands in an upright position and lifts her arm to a 90 degree shoulder flexion   

Shrugs (SHR)
Subject stands in an upright position and elevate her shoulders as high as possible   

Row (ROW)
Subject is stooped with one arm and leg rested on a training bench and the other arm hanging freely next to the bench. The subject lifts her arm until the dumbbell touches her chest.   

Prone Abduction (PRON)
Subject is rested on a training bench facing down with the shoulders free from the bench. The subject performs a 90 degree abduction with simultaneous supination in the wrists, resulting in the thumbs pointing upward.