BSc Exercise and Health student’s study on Proprioception and Flexibility Profiles of Elite Synchronized Swimmers published in Perceptual and Motor Skills
A research paper entitled “Proprioception and Flexibility Profiles of Elite Synchronized Swimmers” written by Miss Nora Cho (BSc Exercise and Health graduate) and her team has been published in the Perceptual and Motor Skills, SAGE Journals.
The study (http://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/vU6R2emSRMZPSNwzttMT/full) aimed to compare the full-body flexibility and joint proprioception of elite female synchronized swimmers and college female swim team members with no training in synchronized swimming. The results help characterize elite synchronized swimmer capabilities, provide valuable references for coaches, and may be useful for talent identification and skill development in this water sport. Miss Nora Cho also received the Dr Jon Maxwell Undergraduate Dissertation Prize awarded by Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine for her outstanding performance in the dissertation study.