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van der Slikke, R.M.A. (author), Berger, MAM (author), Bregman, DJJ (author), Veeger, H.E.J. (author)
Quantitative assessment of an athleteÎ│s individual wheelchair mobility performance is one prerequisite needed to evaluate game performance, improve wheelchair settings and optimize training routines. Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) based methods can be used to perform such quantitative assessment, providing a large number of kinematic data. The...
journal article 2016
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van der Slikke, R.M.A. (author), Berger, MAM (author), Bregman, DJJ (author), Veeger, H.E.J. (author)
Increased professionalism in wheelchair sports demand a more precise and quantitative measure of individual wheelchair mobility performance, to allow it to be an evaluation measure of wheelchair setting or training optimization. This research describes the application of an inertial sensor based method for measuring wheelchair kinematics and a...
conference paper 2016
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van der Slikke, R.M.A. (author), Berger, Monique (author), Bregman, D.J.J. (author), Veeger, H.E.J. (author)
Short sprints are important components of most wheelchair court sports, since being faster than the opponent often determines keeping ball possession or not. Sprinting capacity is best measured during a field test, allowing the athlete to freely choose push strategies adapted to their own wheelchair setting, physical ability, classification...
conference paper 2016