Use of Inertial Central to Analyse Skill of Inter-Limb Coordination in Sport Activities
Ludovic Seifert1, Maxime L’Hermette1, Léo Wattebled1, John Komar1, Florian Mell1, David Gomez2 and Yanis Caritu2
CETAPS – EA 3832, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Rouen, France
2 MOVEA-Gyration, Grenoble, France
Kinematical movement analysis is regularly conducted through 3D video device, studying great number of parameters. The aim of this study is to focus on movement variability, following dynamical system perspectives, that is suitable through the use of inertial central to collect data in ecological context. This study gives two examples of sport activity (breaststroke swimming and rock climbing) for which the motor skill was analysed through a macroscopic parameter, notably upper-lower limb coordination. The results showed higher intraindividual movement variability in experts while beginners used basic modes of coordination.
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