Redha Taiar

University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne

Redha Taiar, Ph.D., is a professor at the University of Reims Champaign, France. His research focuses on engineering for medicine and high-level sport. He has worked as an engineer for various industries including Arena for high-level sport and Sidas, Medicapteur for medical development. His most recent work in the industry involved the design and testing of Notrax anti-fatigue mats. In sport his most recent work focuses on the development of swimsuits for triathletes and swimmers at the Brazil Olympic Games (2016) and Paris 2024, and ski-suit fabrics for the Winter Olympics at Sotchi in 2014. He is a specialist in the biomechanics of health disease and rehabilitation.

Redha Taiar

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Sports are very important and help people increase mobility, optimize performance, and reduce their risk of disease. Sporting activities can have beneficial social, cultural, economic, and psychological effects on health, wellbeing, and the environment. As such, this book discusses a range of principles, methods, techniques, and tools to provide the reader with a clear knowledge of variables improving sports’ performance processes. Over three sections, chapters consider physical, mechanical, physiological, psychological, and biomechanical aspects of sports performance, sports science, human posture, and musculoskeletal disorders.

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