Sedentary behaviour and physical activity measurement, what are the best measures to take? Do we have a fundamental problem in our approach to measuring physical activity and sedentary behaviour? Is this negatively impacting our attempts to understand these behaviours and find effective interventions?
Taper or tapering has many definitions but if you get it right and it could be the difference between winning and losing. Tapering is common for athletes competing in a one-off event such as a marathon however it is also widely used in other sports.
This post analyses some sport-specific high-intensity fitness tests. Many sports are, for the most part, undertaken in an intermittent high-intensity fashion.
Low back pain is a common problem. Join us for this free webinar with author and chartered physiotherapist Jane Johnson and understand more about the causes and treatments of low back pain.
Is there a maturational threshold in young athletes? How reliable are studies on this? And why the widespread reliance on VO2max.?
The International Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour and Human Kinetics are pleased to announce the upcoming inaugural issue of the Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (JMPB).
Attention has always been a topic of major interest to psychologists and motor behaviour researchers. This post on attention and performance is taken from our new book Motor Control and Learning 6th Edition.
Data is often presented as a variable by variable graphs, or bivariate plots and include angle-angle plots and phase-plane portraits. With data on both axes varying, analyses are more complex. Understand more and join us for this free sports biomechanics webinar.