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IMU Sensors in Sports Motion Biomechanics in sports is a field focused on the study of motions during sports, athletic activities, exercises, and rehabilitations. The optoelectronic motion capture system is the most well-known equipment to capture the essence of biomechanics. Despite its accuracy and high-resolution, tests are limited to indoor setups and the cost constraints […]

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Jom Sahut Cabaran KM! POST-IT CHALLENGE ISN10 Cabaran hebahan pengetahuan sukan oleh staf ISN BAGAIMANA? 1.“Post-it” satu gambar atau video beserta caption di akaun Fb anda dgn kreatif dan informatif – berkenaan maklumat/pengetahuan sukan daripada buku/jurnal/ artikel/ webinar/ video/ majalah/website dll berkaitan sukan 2. Masukkan pagar berpalang #POSTITCHALLENGEISN10 bagi membolehkan penyertaan anda di dalam cabaran […]

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Malaysia is ranked among the top 10 countries in badminton. To maintain this ranking, players must keep them-selves fit and free of injuries. A study found that badminton players are susceptible to training-related injuries, particularly to the lower limb. Over the last decade, an increase in the injury index for the lower limb and a […]

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ACARA-ACARA MENARIK #HSN2021 N21 Fitness Challenge FITMalaysiaX Hari Sukan Negara Virtual Run FIT TO BE BERSAMA PKOKM Percubaan Bola Korf MEGA AEROBIC CHALLENGE FAMILY THAT STAY TOGETHER, PLAYS TOGETHER KERIAN FREESTYLE CHALLENGE (BOLA SEPAK & SEPAK TAKRAW) MR HSN 9.10KM RUN CHALLENGE HSNTM2021 Football FreeStyle Challenge TIK TOK CHALLENGE FREESTYLE FOOTBALL SEMPENA HSN 2021SEPAK PERINGKAT […]

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Expressive writing can be defined as an exploration of emotions and thoughts through writing and is recognized as a therapeutic process. Expressive writing would enable you to cope with challenges, understand your emotions more clearly, lower the symptoms of stress and manage your mental health. Athletes may add their thoughts and feeling in their training […]

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People with disabilities is about 14.2% of Malaysian population and make up 15% of the world’s population (1.2 billion people). The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) defines para-athletes as anyone whose impairment impacts their sports participation. Classification aims to minimise the impact of the impairment on athletes’ performance and athletes are grouped by the degree of […]

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COORDINATOR/MODERATOR SUMMARY Three core principles of research ethics are respect for persons, beneficence/no maleficence and distribution justice. Respect for persons where all individuals should be treated as autonomous agents. Persons with diminished autonomy are entitled to protection (vulnerable subjects). Beneficence is where researchers should maximize possible benefits and minimize possible harm. For distribution of justice […]

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