The sarcopenia is a syndrome characterized by low muscle mass together with loss of strength and/or decrease in physical performance. Due to our aging population, there has been an increase in prevalence associated with age, coupled with other factors caused by certain diseases or malnutrition. The technique anthropometric can serve as a screening of sarcopenia in the study of large populations. Click here to the article that under this title has published Alicia Brown Canda CENTURY (Responsible for the unity of Anthropometry from the centre of Sports medicine) through the Hospital Nutrition magazine (Spanish society of Parenteral Nutrition and Enteral)
On the occasion of the XX Annual Congress of the European College sports science, street Jaime Blacksmith representing the center of sports medicine as Artist of the Control unit of performance, presented the study entitled “ LONGER TRAINING EXPERIENCE INDUCED GREATER EFFICIENT SYSTOLIC SU FUNCTION IN CREDIT ELITE. ”
The work, led by Araceli Boraita and made with the collaboration of Å. Eugenia Heras, the unity of Cardiology centre, studying changes in the cardiovascular system associated with the training of top sportsmen.
The combination of the promotion of physical activity and the promotion of healthy eating is essential as a strategy to prevent obesity and overweight in childhood age. The Founding Thao, in collaboration with the High Council of sports, edit this “ Pedagogical Guide Thao of physical activity for physical education teachers ” to facilitate educators tools to teach and show children basic concepts on physical activity, with the aim of making them aware of its importance and the benefits that gives them, as well as giving them skills for action.
Thao Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles among citizens and to prevent health problems to reduce the prevalence of chronic noncommunicable diseases related to lifestyle. This promotion of healthy habits is carried out through the design and development of programmes, projects, actions and long-term campaigns based in the community. Use all means capable of influencing society to achieve changes in behaviour.
Click here to complete information of the study, led by Alicia Brown Canda CENTURY (Responsible for the unity of Anthropometry from the centre of Sports medicine), defines the profile of the anthropometric triathlete according to sex, category and competitive level to characterize anthropometric variables related discriminatory more sporting performance.
Edited in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Laboratory Novartis, through the initiative “ Exercise x a tube ”, this guide, developed by the physiotherapy unit of the center of sports medicine, aims to be useful for the recovery of sprains ankle and knee by professionals of physiotherapy in sports.
Edited in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Laboratory Novartis, through the initiative “ Exercise x a tube ”, this guide, developed by the physiotherapy unit of the center of sports medicine, aims to be useful for the recovery of muscle injuries (breakages and muscular contractures) by professionals of physiotherapy in sports including tips for treatment and prevention.
Edited in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Laboratory Novartis, through the initiative “ Exercise x a tube ”, this guide, developed by the physiotherapy unit of the center of sports medicine, aims to be useful for the recovery of tendinopatías in shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle by professionals of physiotherapy in sports.
The main objective of this guide Clinic is to provide relevant information and uniform to decrease the variability of cardiovascular recognition predeportivo and improve the detection of cardiac pathology of risk for sport practice. Also, provides information for families and sports recommendations for children and adolescents carriers of heart disease.
In the sportsman a balanced diet must provide enough energy to cover all needs, and should provide all the nutrients in the adequate quantities, taking into account the characteristics and individual needs, and adapting the intake to the type of sport done and workouts (intensity, number of meetings, hours...). This Guide, published by the Superior Council of Sports, is designed to help the sportsman seeking adequate food, nutrition and hydration.