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RIWC_PARA_A128 Right People Right Sport

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RIWC_PARA_A128 Right People Right Sport

  1. 1. Finding the right sport and being successful for people with handicap. a performance testing approach. Helge Riepenhof, Annika Lindenmeyer
  2. 2. backround identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent
  3. 3. background
  4. 4. „Sport is fun“ Sports Med. 1992 Jan;13(1):25-36. Changes in beta-endorphin levels in response to aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Schwarz L1, Kindermann W. Image Sport is fun p4-6
  5. 5. „Sport creates self-confidence“
  6. 6. „Positivity from sports will be transferred into life“ Public Health Forum. 2015 Feb. Wie wirkt Sport? – Ein biopsychosoziales Modell. How does sport act? A biopsychosocial model. Schneider, S. Image Positivitaet p1-1
  7. 7. „Sport leads to inclusion“ Image Inklusion p4-74
  8. 8. Case 1 Fabian Lehnert Diagnosis: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx Interest pre-trauma: • Xxxx • Xxxx • xxxx Image Patient 08041964
  9. 9. Case 2 Edina Mueller Diagnosis: • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX Interest pre-trauma: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • xxxx Image Patient 16071982
  10. 10. identifying personal preferences 8 preferences all in order
  11. 11. identifying personal preferences identifying limitation 8 preferences 30 limitation all in order exclude ineligible
  12. 12. identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent 8 preferences 30 limitation 5 skills all in order exclude ineligible reorganise best fitted
  13. 13. backround identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent
  14. 14. identifying personal preferences
  15. 15. What makes sports fun? … and how to identify personal interests? Part 1 – The questionnaire Image Questionnaire p11-13
  16. 16. personal preferences Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis wheelchair Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis no wheelchair Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis continuous interval / endurance Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis start-stop / intermittend Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis team sport Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis individual sport Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis indoor Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis outdoor Tennis Tennis
  17. 17. personal preferences Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis water / air Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis land Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis competition Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis non-competition Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis extreme sport Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis non-extreme sport Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis < 30 ~ 45 min Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis > 30 ~ 45 min Tennis Tennis
  18. 18. Case 1 Fabian Lehnert Personal preferences: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx Image Patient 08041964
  19. 19. Case 2 Edina Mueller Personal preferences: • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX Image Patient 16071982
  20. 20. backround identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent
  21. 21. identifying limitation
  22. 22. Excluding the obvious! … where is your limitation? Part 2 –limitation Image Verletzungen p14-2 Image Verletzungen p14-7
  23. 23. Where is your limitation? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 right left 10 11 12 13 14 15
  24. 24. Where is your limitation - functional capacity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 lower extremity right left 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 spine complete incomplete 0 6 7 8 9 0 upper extremity right left 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 0
  25. 25. Sports – negative selection: 1 2 3 4 5 lower extremity single, excluded: 0 1 2 3 4 5 lower extremity double, excluded: 0
  26. 26. Sports – negative selection: spine incompete, excluded: spine complete, excluded: 6 7 8 9 0 6 7 8 9 0
  27. 27. Sports – negative selection: upper extremity single, excluded: upper extremity double, excluded: 10 11 12 13 14 15 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 0
  28. 28. Case 1 Fabian Lehnert limitation: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx
  29. 29. Case 2 Edina Mueller limitation: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx
  30. 30. backround identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent
  31. 31. identifying talent
  32. 32. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test
  33. 33. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test • lower leg amputation right 2
  34. 34. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test • lower leg amputation right • thigh amputation left 2 4
  35. 35. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test • lower leg amputation right • thigh amputation left • spine o.k. 2 4 0
  36. 36. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test • lower leg amputation right • thigh amputation left • spine o.k. • right arm o.k. 2 4 0 0
  37. 37. What is relevant for good performance? … and how to identify personal capacity Part 3 – The assessment related to limitation specific performance test • lower leg amputation right • thigh amputation left • spine o.k. • right arm o.k. • left elbow no ROM 2 4 0 0 13
  38. 38. Find your sport - assessment 2 4 0 0 13 Aerobic capacity Anaerobic capacity ROM, Strength Core Coordination BMI Length ROM, Strength upper extremity ROM, Strength lower extremity Video Tests 1-3
  39. 39. Find your sport - assessment 2 4 0 0 13 Motivation Concentration Decision making Self-confidence Game Intelligence Anxiety control Attention Anticipation Video Tests 1-3
  40. 40. Identifying talent - Performance capacity Physical Aerobic capacity Anaerobic capacity ROM, Strength Core Great Good o.k. Red. Limited Coordination None > 33 30-35 25-30 20-25 15-20 <15 BMI Very long Long Normal + Normal - Short Length Very short Strong Full Strong Red. Medium Full Medium Red. Weak Full Weak Red. ROM, Strength upper extremity - handgrip ROM, Strength lower extremity – extensin / flexion 2 4 0 0 13 right left right left right left right left Strong Full Strong Red. Medium Full Medium Red. Weak Full Weak Red. Strong Full Strong Red. Medium Full Medium Red. Weak Full Weak Red. Strong Full Strong Red. Medium Full Medium Red. Weak Full Weak Red. Great Good o.k. Red. Limited None Very long Long Normal + Normal - Short Very short Strong Full Strong Red. Medium Full Medium Red. Weak Full Weak Red. Great Good o.k. Red. Limited None Great Good o.k. Red. Limited None
  41. 41. Identifying talent - Performance capacity Mental Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Attention Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Anticipation Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Anxiety-control Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Concentration Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Motivation Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Game-Intelligence Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Decision making Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Self-confidence Tennis Tennis 2 4 0 0 13
  42. 42. identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent 8 preferences 30 limitation 5 skills all in order exclude ineligible reorganise best fitted
  43. 43. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. …. 1. X. 3. 4. 5. X. X. 8. X. 10. …. 4. 8. 3. 1. 10. 5. 16. 17. 22. 23. ….
  44. 44. Case 1 Fabian Lehnert skills: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx
  45. 45. Case 2 Edina Mueller skills: • Xxxxx • Xxxxx • Xxxxx
  46. 46. backround identifying personal preferences identifying limitation identifying talent
  47. 47. advantages and questions • sport might help to accept an injury and limitation • sports might help to create a new more positive future • sports might effect the contextual factors • being successful in sport might be motivational • being successful in sport might endorse confidence
  48. 48. upcoming steps • follow up questionnaire 12 month post trauma • do they do any sport / the recommended sport? • how often do they exercise per week? • Contextual factors (ICF)? • Website and App • Send request to: sportmedizin@bgk-hamburg.de

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