The Science of Human Motricity

$230.00

, ,

Series: Physical Fitness, Diet and Exercise
BISAC: HEA007000; HEA010000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/YDHZ8072

The International Human Motricity Network (IHMN) is a non-profit educational, technical, scientific and cultural association whose main objectives are to promote the voluntary association of teaching, research or scientific dissemination institutions, as well as people and physical or legal entities interested in education, research and dissemination of science. For this purpose, it carries out bilateral or multilateral cooperation agreements between all involved, in order to promote teaching, research and content qualification for intervention in the promotion of health and performance through human motor skills.

All professionals from different areas of knowledge have the IHMN as their locus of action, since there is no limit to the crossing of information from different types of knowledge that can directly or indirectly achieve the objective of this Network. Thus, one can see the perception that all involved have of the importance of multidisciplinarity in the construction of interdisciplinarity and how much, from basic to intervention research, each of its effective members will be welcomed. This book is a first action of all members of the Network in order to present the main lines of investigation, their themes and research results so that more researchers, institutions and other networks want to join our work, which excels in all its actions for the good of the human being.

Our greatest desire is that reading the information contained herein will be a stimulus for research, a guide to research topics, an understanding of contemporary trends and, fundamentally, a way of attracting new professionals to the world of research and the dissemination of knowledge. To do so, we list our research group leaders with the most recent results in their research topics so that you have in your hands the excellence of our knowledge produced between 2007 and 2020, the time of IHMN’s existence.

 

Table of Contents

Preface

Part I. Aging

Chapter 1. Sarcopenia and Resistance Training in Older People
(Pablo Jorge Marcos-Pardo, Noelia González-Gálvez, Raquel Vaquero-Cristóbal and Rodrigo Gomes de Souza Vale – Department of Education, Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Almería, Almería, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 2. Risk of Fall in an Older Person
(César Augusto de Souza Santos, Lucio Flávio Gomes Ribeiro da Costa, Ana Paula de Azevedo Albuquerque and Moises Simão Santa Rosa de Sousa – Universidade do Estado do Pará, Brazil, et al.)

Part II. Education

Chapter 3. Importance of the Motivational Teaching Style in Human Motricity. Strategies to Improve Motivation
(Juan Antonio Moreno Murcia and Elisa Huéscar Hernández – Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Elche, Spain)

Chapter 4. Physical Education Teacher Training Today
(César Rodrigo Vargas Vitoria and Aquiles Alejandro Almonacid Fierro – Universidad Católica del Maule, FACED UCM, Talca, Maule, Chili)

Chapter 5. Learning to Deliver High Quality Teaching in Physical Education and Sports
(José Leandro Tristán Rodríguez, Athanasios (Sakis) Pappous, Argenis P. Vergara-Torres, Inés Tomas and Jeanette López Walle – Faculty of Sports Organization, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Nuevo León, Mexico, et al.)

Chapter 6. Comparison of the Lawn Tennis Teaching Process to 6- and 8-Year-Old Children Between Brazilian and Spanish Teachers
(Walter Jacinto Nunes, Wanderlei Pacheco and Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas – Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ), Seropédica, RJ, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 7. Incidental Learning Through Conditioned Tasks to Teach Basketball Skills
(Pablo Camacho Lazarraga, César Augusto De Souza Santos, Mario César Souzar and Antonio Alias García – Centro Universitario San Isidoro, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 8. Characterization of the Educational Teaching Process for Learning in Physical Education School
(Jorge Eduardo Valdivia Díaz – Physical Culture Sciences, University of Atacama, Copiapó, Chile)

Part III. Health & Quality of Life

Chapter 9. Physical Exercise, Health and Quality of Life
(Estélio H. M. Dantas, Cláudio José Pinto de Souza, Cristiane Kelly Aquino dos Santos, Cynthia Barbosa Albuquerque dos Santos, Evelini Veras de Jesus, Jani Cleria Pereira Bezerra, Leila Castro Gonçalves, Ronaldo Lins Meira and Silvânia Matheus de Oliveira Leal – Master and Doctoral Program in Health and Environment, Tiradentes University, UNIT, Aracaju, Sergipe, et al.)

Chapter 10. Eating Disorders: Health and Sports
(Alejandro Martínez-Rodríguez – Department of Analytical Chemistry, Nutrition and Food Science, University of Alicante, Alicante, Spain)

Chapter 11. Health-Related Outcomes of Strength Training in Older Adults
(Francisco Saavedra and Helder Miguel Fernandes – University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 12. Prevention, Promotion, and Recovery of Autonomy and Quality of Life for Special Groups
(Andrea Carmen Guimarães, Brisa D’Louar Costa Maia, Guilherme de Paula Gama, Kórian Leite Carvalho, Ana Luiza Horta Torres and Mariana Mauricio Moraes)

Chapter 13. Analysis and Evaluation of Facial Expressions During the Practice of Physical Activity and Mental Health
(Oscar F. E. Rubiano, Natalia S. E. Morales, Javier F. E. Rubiano, Adriana R. G. Gutiérrez, Jaime M. Alvarado, Pedro L. Galvis, Edgar R. R. Acosta and Manuel M. Riveros – Manuela Beltrán University, Bogotá, Colombia, et al.)

Chapter 14. Innovation and New Mindset in Exercise for Diabetics
(Luis Paulo Gomes Mascarenhas, Valderi Abreu de Lima and Gabriel Ribeiro Cordeiro – Midwestern Paraná State University (UNICENTRO), Irati, PR, Brazil, et al.)

Part IV. Measures & Evaluations

Chapter 15. Dermatoglyphics and Human Motricity
(Rudy José Nodari Júnior, Adriano Alberti, Eliton Marcio Zanoni, Eloel Benetti Zavorski and Josiane Aparecida de Jesus – Salus Dermatoglifia, Joaçaba, Brasil, et al.)

Chapter 16. Sports Dermatoglyphics in Latin America and Mexico: Brief Relate
(Gabriel Gastélum Cuadras and Rudy José Nodari Júnior – Faculty of Science of Physical Culture, Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico, et al.)

Chapter 17. Futsal and the Dermatoglyphics in the Athlete’s Career as a Performance and Health Brand
(Ben Hur Soares and Adriano Pasqualotti – University of Paso Fundo – UPF, Passo Fundo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

Part V. Neurosciences

Chapter 18. Brain Plasticity and Cognition Induced by Physical Exercise
(Anita Hökelmann, Tariq Ali Gujar, Corinna Langhans, Partick Müller and Mauricio Rocha Calomeni – Institut für Sportwissenschaft, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany, et al.)

Chapter 19. Neuroscience of Physical Exercise and Physical Activity
(Mauricio Rocha Calomeni, Camila Vorkapic-Ferreira and Eugênio Fonseca da Silva Júnior – Laboratório de Biociências da Motricidade Humana do ISECENSA – LABIMH/ISECENSA, Institutos Superiores de Ensino do Censa, Campos dos Goytacazes, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, et al.)

Chapter 20. Heart Rate Variability: Monitoring of Autonomic Nervous System Activity, During Physical Activity and in Special Situations
(Daniel A. Botero-Rosas, Henry Humberto León-Ariza and Darío Reyes – Faculty of Medicine, University of La Sabana, Colombia)

Part VI. Sports: Training & Prevention

Chapter 21. Vocational Counseling and Uncovering Talent in Sports
(Antonio Carlos Gomes, Michael Douglas Celestino Bispo and Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas – Brazilian Academy of Trainers of Brazilian Olympic Committee – BOC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 22. Inclusion of Persons with Disability and Paralympic Sport as an Object of Research and Science
(Cristiane Costa da Cunha Oliveira, Divaldo Martins de Souza, Cássio Murilo Almeida Lima Junior, Carlos Eduardo Lima Monteiro, Elizabeth Carvalho Lugão, Frederico Barros Costa, Paula Esteves Carvalho, Raul Martins de Souza Franco and Karollyni Bastos Andrade Dantas – Tiradentes University, Aracaju, Sergipe, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 23. Prevention of Shoulder Disorders in Competitive Swimmers
(Nuno Batalha, José Parraça, Pedro Morouço, António José Silva, and João Paulo Sousa – Departamento de Desporto e Saúde, Escola de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade de Évora, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 24. Flexibility Training: Stretching and Flexibilizing
(Mario Cezar de Souza Costa Conceição, Rodolfo Alkmim Moreira Nunes, Rodrigo Gomes de Souza Vale, José Marinho Marques Dias Neto and Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas – Rio de Janeiro State University- UERJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 25. Health Promotion and Prevention in Different Population Groups: School, Workers and Paralympic Athletes
(Yisel Carolina Estrada Bonilla, Rafael Vargas, Oscar Fabián Rubiano Espinosa, Cindy Castro, Carlos Enrique Melo Moreno, Esperanza Fajardo Bonilla, José María Varela Millán, and Jesús Astolfo Romero García – Universidad Santo Tomás de Aquino. Bogotá, D. C., Colombia, Facultad de Cultura Física, Deporte y Recreación, Maestría en Actividad Física para la Salud. Grupo de Investigación GICAEDS – Categoría A1 COLCIENCIAS. Grupo de Investigación en Cuerpo, Sujeto y Educación, Categoría A1 COLCIENCIAS)

Chapter 26. Physical Activity Evaluated Through Metabolic Equivalents in Athletic Trainers During the SARS-Cov-2 Lockdown
(Javier Arturo Hall-López, Paulina Yesica Ochoa-Martínez and Edgar Ismael Alarcón Meza – Autonomous University of Baja California, Faculty of Sports, Mexicali, B.C., Mexico)

Index


Editor’s Orchid ID

Rudy José Nodari Júnior, PhD: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0981-8020
Karollyni Bastos Andrade Dantas:  https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6886-6976
Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8375-657X

Additional information

Binding

,