• Tagung der Sektion Biomechanik

    Am 10. -12. April 2019 findet die Tagung der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft, Sektion Biomechanik an der Universität Konstanz statt. Die Veranstaltung soll Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum am Bodensee zusammenbringen und eine Plattform bieten um neuste Forschungsergebnisse vorstellen und diskutieren zu können.

  • Welcome to the Chair of Training and Movement Science

    We conduct research and teach courses on sports and the fundamentals of human movement from the perspective of the natural sciences. Learn more about us on this Website!

  • Our Mission

    To investigate mechanisms that determine neuromuscular performance and how exercise can affect these mechanisms. With this knowledge, we develop innovative exercise interventions in health and disease.

  • Human Performance Research Centre (HPRC)

    The HPRC serves as a center for fundamental research and intervention studies, that address the prevention and treatment of major degenerative conditions associated with physical inactivity and aging as well as the optimization of athletic performance.

  • HPRC Teaching lab

    The HPRC teaching lab is one example of our innovative hands on teaching approach. Here students work with state of the art measurement processes, conduct exemplary experiments and learn to answer research questions by means of self-collected data. Thus, they experience the science of human movement and understand the link between theoretic knowledge and experiment.

News

Neues Messgerät im HPRC!

Zur Bestimmung der neuromuskulären Leistungsfähigkeit wurde im HPRC ein neues isokinetisches Messgerät installiert. Der IsoMed 2000 ist ein multifunktionales Mess- und Trainingsgerät, das sowohl für grundlegende Forschungsarbeiten als auch angewandte sportartspezifische Fragestellungen eingesetzt werden kann.

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Training and Movement Science: New publication

Andreas Kramer and Markus Gruber published a new article titled: "Suitability of jumps as a form of high-intensity interval training : effect of rest duration on oxygen uptake, heart rate and blood lactate"

Training and Movement Science: New publication

Louis-Solal Giboin, Markus Gruber, and Andreas Kramer published a new article titled "Motor learning of a dynamic balance task : Influence of lower limb power and prior balance practice"

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