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Institute for

Comparative Movement Sciences and Analysis

In this institute, there are three areas of expertise.

Contents of the three areas

Analysis is a subject that deals with the musculoskeletal system of the human body. Determined by its natural forms of movement, it is moved by muscles, tendons, and bones, with the brain, eyes, ears, and nerves responsible for the control. Every human being’s natural musculoskeletal system interacts with many factors and physical laws. These are set in their forms of movement as well as limits.

The sports disciplines of the different sports areas have become even more extensive than in the sixties. Nowadays, it is mainly interpreted on the level of competitive sports and professional sports. To achieve these goals, Sport and Movement Scientists are significantly challenged on the scientific and sport-technical sides.

Rules and regulations, as well as individual sport-specific legislations, are consistently up to date and established by various professional world federations and Olympic committees. Adherence to these rules is vital and forms an integral part of the daily technical sports routine, which is founded on technique, movement, training possibilities, and nutritional science. To achieve success and athletic goals effectively, training units are designed to push athletes to their performance limit.

Teaching includes psychology, sociology, pedagogy, nutrition, competitive sports, and training. In the theoretical subjects, the private university also focuses on the everyday professional and private life and thus, for example, laws on doping and its legal consequences.