About This Special Issue
Kinanthropometry is defined as the study of human size, shape, proportion, composition, maturation, and gross function, in order to understand growth, exercise, performance, and nutrition. Kinanthropometry is the interface between human anatomy and movement. It is the application of a series of measurements made on the body and from which the data can be used to produce various indices and body composition predictions to measure and describe physique. Scientific papers are invited on growth and development related to Kinanthropometry from different perspectives. This special issue aims to publish articles on anthropometrical aspects related to sport, growth & development, evaluation of physical aspects of different ethnical groups, body composition and somatotype.
Areas to covered :
1. Growth and Development.
2. Kinanthropometry and sports
3. Somatotype of different ethnical groups
4. Body composition
5. Anthropometrical aspects of different ethnical populations.
6. Physical characteristics of different population including baby, children and adult.
7. Influence of body type and physical characteristics on sport performance.