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Human Performance and Training in Sports

Welcome to the Department of Human Performance and Training in Sports at the WWUof Münster. Central questions in research concern performances in motoric, cognitive and biomechanic areas and their modification due to training interventions. On the following sites you will find information about the employee of the department, current research focus and to all questions concerning teaching and study. Please do not hesitate to contact us. Follow this link to our consultation hours.

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Further application for additional funds in beach handball project aproved for video recording

Meldung 13 _copyright Medienlabor Der Univerista _t Mu _nster Sportwissenschaften_
© Medienlabor der Univeristät Münster Sportwissenschaften

The beach handball project of the Work unit Performance and Training in Sports, which is carried out in cooperation with the German Handball Federation (DHB), has again been expanded by the Federal Institute for Sports Science (BISp). The content of the increase is the visualization of the entire project to create a promotional video for documentation. The funds will be used to finance a student assistant position in the media laboratory for half a year. The funds can also be used to procure high-quality camera material. The video shows a short excerpt from the project.

Further information on the project can be found here

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Successful application for the extension of the beach handball project

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© Medienlabor Universität Münster/Sportwissenschaften

The beach handball project of the sports performance and training division, which works in cooperation with the German Handball Federation (DHB), has again been expanded by the German Federal Institute for Sports Science (BISp). Both personel and material resources were approved.
Further information on the project can be found here

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Work area Performance and Training in Sport represented in large numbers at the ECSS Conference

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© LuTiS

In cooperation with the Department of Movement Science and the DHB, the Department of Performance and Training in Sport is carrying out a project to visualise the throwing movement during jump, punch and fall throwing. The movements are recorded in the Open Lab and transferred into a virtual reality so that the throwing movement can be viewed from all possible angles. The generated videos are made available on an interactive platform, that they can be used for teaching purposes. In the Picture show the raw version of the data of the movement, that are created in a virtual space.

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Project visualization of the throwing movements at handball

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© Bewegungswissenschaften

In cooperation with the Department of Movement Science and the DHB, the Department of Performance and Training in Sport is carrying out a project to visualise the throwing movement during jump, punch and fall throwing. The movements are recorded in the Open Lab and transferred into a virtual reality so that the throwing movement can be viewed from all possible angles. The generated videos are made available on an interactive platform, that they can be used for teaching purposes. In the Picture show the raw version of the data of the movement, that are created in a virtual space.

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Best teaching from the student's point of view in the field of performance and training in sport

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© LuTiS

On 19.06.2019 the annual summer festival of sports science took place. In addition to the tradition of a football match student representation against professors, prizes were awarded by the student representation for the best teaching in theory, practice and the entire work area. Here the current student evaluations could be consulted and evaluated by the student representation. The work area Performance and Training in Sport under the direction of Prof. Eric Eils was the best among the students and thus secured the challenge cup for this year. A huge thank you from the work area to the students. We are always trying to improve our teaching.

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Data acquisition in the beqch sports project in Ismaning

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© Emil Richelmann (Medienlabor IfS)

Ascension Day was used by the work unit Performance and Training in Sport for further measurements in the beach sports project. The beach sports project, which is carried out in cooperation with the DHB, has the possibility to generate further data of the female handball players in the training camp in Ismaning. Jumping and sprint performance as well as the sport-specific agility and endurance performance were on the agenda. Furthermore, two different sand types were used for the jump tests in order to determine possible influences.

More informations about the project you will find here,
or contact: szwajca@uni-muenster.de