An Adolescent Physical Exercise Ability Evaluation Method in Sports Training

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 219)

Abstract

This paper describes an evaluation index system, on the basis of youth sports exercise ability, and on the basis of four—using biological resistance electrodes technology and sine constant-current. There is a strong relationship between the different size and shape of the impedance measurement parts including shaped body. The relationship between a parameter, this is equivalent series resistance index live analysis. We proposed the evaluation mode operation mode using impedance waveform and the stability of movement using reproducibility of impedance waveform. We expect to find all kinds of sports training application, rehabilitation, and related fields.

Keywords

Adolescent Physical exercise ability evaluation Sports training 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Sports Science Harbin Normal University HarbinHeilongjiangChina

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