September 2018 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 1: Fitness Technology Research and Sports Biomechanics

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Description

This quiz overviews a study that explores the accuracy of five wearable heart rate trackers that use optical sensors. Also included is an article that outlines how increasing hip rotation can help a client add power and reduce injury risk.

Available Course Credits

AASFP 0.10
ACE 0.10 Expiring on December 31, 2021
ACSM 1.00
ACTION 0.10
AFPA 1.00
FAI 1.00
IFPA 1.00
ISFTA 1.00
ISSA 1.00
NBHWC 1.00
NCEP 1.00
NCSF 0.50
NESTA 0.10
NETA 1.00
NFPT 0.25
NSCA 0.10 Expiring on December 31, 2021

Learning Objectives

    After reading these articles, you should be able to:
  1. Describe current statistics on wearable fitness technology.
  2. Describe present and future usages of wearable health and fitness trackers.
  3. Discuss the results and implications of the wearable tracker study reviewed.
  4. Identify the areas of the body most commonly injured during tennis.
  5. Help clients understand basic tennis biomechanics and issues that potentially cause injuries and impede performance.
  6. Assess and correct dysfunctions with a series of corrective exercise strategies that can be easily implemented into any client program.

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September 2018 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 1: Fitness Technology Research and Sports Biomechanics
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