Analysis of Physical Activities in Wu-Shu Training

  title={Analysis of Physical Activities in Wu-Shu Training},
  author={SangBock Lee and Joo-Hyun Hong and Tae-soo Lee},
  journal={2007 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
The present study proposed methods of preventing diseases, controlling chronic degenerative diseases and promoting health, which are major concerns of sports medicine. In the proposed methods, we analyzed wu-shu trainees' physical activities scientifically and quantitatively. The amount of physical activities was measured using SenseWear-PRO2-armband developed by body-medai company. The armband includes skin temperature sensor, skin surface temperature sensor, accelerometer, thermal diffusion… 

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