Science lab of sports adaptology of professor Seluyanov of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University)
The laboratory develops and introduces new technologies in professional sports, improving physical training.
Professor Viktor Seluyanov is the Scientific Head of Laboratory, an expert in biomechanics, anthropology, physiology, sports theory and Physical Culture, author of a number of scientific inventions and innovative technologies, creator of Isoton, founder of a new direction in science - sports adaptology, author of more than 400 scientific papers, many in the field of sports and fitness training programs.
The main objective of the laboratory is conducting fundamental and applied scientific research in the field of biological cybernetics, physical culture and sports.
Laboratory staff are leading experts in the field of physical culture and sports.
Lab experts have more than 25 years of experience in successful application of technologies developed in the preparation of Russian and foreign athletes, Olympic and club teams from more than 40 kinds of sports (football, hockey, judo, sambo, wrestling, skating, cross country skiing, biathlon, ski sports, swimming, rowing, orienteering, athletics, tennis and other).
In professional sports, laboratory carries out scientific support and advice to sports teams, coaches, professional athletes and amateurs. During its existence, the Laboratory participated in the preparation of the Olympic games and world championships in individual and team sports. Specialists are active research activities, focusing on the practical application of the latest scientific achievements. The team focuses on the introduction of new
technologies in the field of human health.
The laboratory gives methodical advice to health and fitness clubs. The most important task of the laboratory is widespread health technology innovation. Developed health systems, new directions of group and personal training, targeted complex programs used in Russian and foreign fitness clubs.
Mathematical models of the major human body systems that help solve practical problems of sports and fitness training, based on computer mathematical models of adaptive processes, are developed in the laboratory. Mathematical models of virtual athletes enable testing the effectiveness of physical and technical training plans, with their help developing the most efficient options for structuring training process. The laboratory conducts active research in the field of biomechanics and Biological Cybernetics.