Biometrics and anthropometry

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The anthropometric examination method is used to determine the physical development of athletes. In general, these indicators reflect the functional state of the body and are of great importance for the assessment of general health and ability to work.

Anthropometric examinations include weight measurement, neck measurement, and chest circumference measurement. To measure the circumference of the limbs in detail, we use a 3D scan of the body, which allows us to compare changes in body configuration during training.

Measurement of body composition (measurement of fluid, fat, bone and muscle tissue in the body) and spirometry, which helps determine the vital capacity of the lungs, are of great importance. Dynamometry is a method of determining the muscle strength of the wrists with a hand dynamometer, and the strength of the extensor muscles of the back with a central dynamometer.

Standards for evaluating the results of anthropometric examinations, correlation, profiles and indexing methods.