Mobile Lab 

The Mobile Lab is established under the auspices of the Hong Kong Rugby Union to facilitate in situ measurements for research.
 

 
To check out your requisite equipment, simply fill in the Equipment Loan Form and read the Equipment Loan Guidelines for the Mobile Lab for further procedural and loan details.
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Mobile Lab Equipment 

Anthropometric Measurements

Anthropometer - Item. 0004 & 0005


This instrument consists of a calibrated, vertical rod to which are attached two horizontal arms (one fixed and one movable) for measuring the human trunk and limbs.

Research Articles:
Bauer, J. A., & Duke, L. M. (2011). Examining Biomechanical and Anthropometrical Factors as Contributors to Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome. Sport Science Review, 20(1/2), 39-53.
 
O'Meara, D., Vanwanseele, B., Hunt, A., & Smith, R. (2010). The Reliability and Validity of a Three-Camera Foot Image System for Obtaining Foot Anthropometrics. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 26(3), 349-356.

Body Fat Monitor (Arm to arm) - Item. 0023


This monitor calculates body fat percentage (using bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA)) by sending a safe, low-level electrical signal through the body.
 
Research Articles:
Bronner, S., Codman, E., Hash-Campbell, D., & Ojofeitimi, S. (2016). Differences in Preseason Aerobic Fitness Screening in Professional and Pre-professional Modern Dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 20(1), 11-22. doi:10.12678/1089-313x.20.1.11
 
Gibson, A. L., Heyward, V. H., & Mermier, C. M. (1999). Predictive Accuracy of Omron?? Body Logic Analyzer in Estimating Relative Body Fat of Adults. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 31(Supplement). doi:10.1097/00005768-199905001-00929

Pribyl, M. I., Smith, J. D., & Grimes, G. R. (2011). Accuracy of the Omron HBF-500 Body Composition Monitor in Male and Female College Students. International Journal of Exercise Science, 4(2), 93-101.
 

Body Fat Monitor (Arm to arm) - Item. 0023


This monitor calculates body fat percentage (using bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA)) by sending a safe, low-level electrical signal through the body.
 
Specifications:

Capacity 300lb / 136kg
Graduation 0.5lb / 0.2kg
Fat Percentage 0.5%
Power Supply AA-size dry battery
Measuring Current 50 kHZ 500μA

Digital Scale - Item. 0031


For measuring weight with a maximum capacity of 200kg and graduation of 100g.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Electrical resistance method
Maximum Capacity 200 kg / 400 lb
Graduation 100g / 0.2 lb
Power Supply 6 LR6-size dry batteries
Size of Platform 301 x 336(mm)

Research Articles:
Bacchi, E., Bonin, C., Zanolin, M. E., Zambotti, F., Livornese, D., Donà, S. & Moghetti, P. (2016). Physical Activity Patterns in Normal-Weight and Overweight/Obese Pregnant Women. Plos One, 11(11). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0166254

Larsen, S. C., Fahrenkrug, J., Olsen, N. J., & Heitmann, B. L. (2016). Association between Hair Cortisol Concentration and Adiposity Measures among Children and Parents from the “Healthy Start” Study. Plos One, 11(9). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0163639

Mortensen, C., Damsgaard, C. T., Hauger, H., Ritz, C., Lanham-New, S. A., Smith, T. J. & Molgaard, C. (2016). Estimation of the dietary requirement for vitamin D in white children aged 4-8 y: a randomized, controlled, dose-response trial. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 104(5), 1310-1317. doi:10.3945/ajcn.116.136697

Height Stadiometer - Item. 0048


Manufactured from stable, easy-care aluminium profile, this stadiometer measures height. The measuring slide is made of plastic and can be folded.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Range 60 - 200cm
Graduation 1mm
Dimensions 55(W) x 784(H) x 34(D) mm
Weight 700g

Research Articles:
Mayol-Kreiser, S. N., Garcia-Turner, V. M., & Johnston, C. S. (2015). Examining the utility of a laser device for measuring height in free-living adults and children. Nutrition Journal, 14(1), 1-5. doi:10.1186/s12937-015-0082-4

Zararsız, G., Çiçek, B., Kondolot, M., Mazıcıoğlu, M. M., Öztürk, A., & Kurtoğlu, S. (2017). Comparison of Updated Weight and Height Percentiles with Previous References in 6-17-Year-Old Children in Kayseri, Turkey. Journal of Clinical Research In Pediatric Endocrinology, 9(1), 39-47. doi:10.4274/jcrpe.3482

Skinfold Caliper- Item. 0080


This device measures the skinfold thickness of the layer of fat just under the skin and the results are then used to determine the percentage of body fat by validated equations.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Range 50mm
50mm 0.2mm                         

Research Articles:
Beam, J. R., & Szymanski, D. J. (2010). Validity of 2 skinfold calipers in estimating percent body fat of college-aged men and women. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins), 24(12), 3448-3456. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181bde1fe

Kalichman, L., Magram, I., & Reitblat, T. (2014). Evaluation of digital and skinfold caliper measurements of the Achilles tendon width...including commentary by R Kearney. International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation, 21(11), 511-515.

Stevens-Simon, C., Thureen, P., Barrett, J., & Stamm, E. (2001). Skinfold caliper and ultrasound assessments of change in the distribution of subcutaneous fat during adolescent pregnancy. International Journal of Obesity & Related Metabolic Disorders, 25(9), 1340.

Blood Testing

Accu-Chek Performa Nano - Item. 0002


This monitor quantitatively measures glucose (sugar) in fresh capillary whole blood samples drawn from the fingertips or palm with a lancing device.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Range Body Fat Percentage 5% - 50%
Body Fat Mass 0.5kg - 100kg
Dimensions 237(W) x 150(H) x 61(D) mm
Weight Appr.500g (with batteries)
Power Supply 4 AAA-size dry batteries

Research Articles:
Mctavish, L., Krebs, J. D., Weatherall, M., & Wiltshire, E. (2015). Weight-based hypoglycaemia treatment protocol for adults with Type 1 diabetes: a randomized crossover clinical trial. Diabetic Medicine, 32(9), 1143-1148. doi:10.1111/dme.12730

Tang, Z., Zhang, N., Liu, A., Luan, D., Zhao, Y., Song, C., & Ma, G. (2017). The effects of breakfast on short-term cognitive function among Chinese white-collar workers: protocol for a three-phase crossover study. BMC Public Health, 17(1). doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4017-1

Lactate Plus Meter - Item. 0053


A hand-held lactate oxidase biosensor capable of measuring blood lactate in 13 seconds on a very small drop of blood.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Range Body Fat Percentage 5% - 50%
Body Fat Mass 0.5kg - 100kg
Dimensions 237(W) x 150(H) x 61(D) mm
Weight Appr.500g (with batteries)
Power Supply  4 AAA-size dry batteries

Research Articles:
Bakke, S. & Woll, A. K. (2014). Evaluation of Three Handheld Lactate Meters for Measuring Hemolymph L-Lactate in Decapod Crustaceans. Journal of Shellfish Research, 33(1), 69-76. doi:10.2983/035.033.0109

Simpson, J. E., Helm, K. D., Saez, G. M. & Smith, J. R. (2017). Anaerobic Parameters of Division I Collegiate Male and Female Tennis Players. Journal of Exercise Physiology Online, 20(1), 177-187.
 

Cardiopulmonary Assessments

Blood Pressure Monitor (Arm) - Item. 0014


This device measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as pulse with automatically inflating cuff.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 183 (L) x 195 (W) x 95 (H) mm
Weight 650g
Mesasurement Range 0 to 280mm Hg
Power Supply AA batteries x 4

Research Articles:
Ledochowski, L., Ruedl, G., Taylor, A. H. & Kopp, M. (2015). Acute Effects of Brisk Walking on Sugary Snack Cravings in Overweight People, Affect and Responses to a Manipulated Stress Situation and to a Sugary Snack Cue: A Crossover Study. Plos One, 10(3). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0119278

Park, Y. K., Kim, J. & Kang, M. (2004). Concord grape juice supplementation reduces blood pressure in Korean hypertensive men: Double-blind, placebo controlled intervention trial. BioFactors, 22(1-4), 145-147. doi:10.1002/biof.5520220128

Blood Pressure Monitor (Wrist) - Item. 0017


For measuring systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as pulse with automatically inflating cuff.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 63(W) x 56(H) x 21(D)mm
Weight 82g, expecting batteries
Mesasurement Range 20 to 280 mmHg
Power Supply AA batteries x 2

Research Articles:
Angeli, F., Sardone, M., Angeli, E., Repaci, S., Gattobigio, R., Verdecchia, P. & Verdecchia, P. (2006). Validation of the A&D wrist-cuff UB-511 (UB-512) device for self-measurement of blood pressure. Blood Pressure Monitoring, 11(6), 349-354.

Mlawanda, G., Pather, M. & Govender, S. (2014). An analysis of blood pressure measurement in a primary care hospital in Swaziland. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 6(1), 1-9. doi:10.4102/phcfm.v6i1.590

Heart Rate Monitor - Item. 0043


For measuring systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as pulse with automatically inflating cuff.
 
Specifications:
Battery Type Lithium Cell
Battery Life Approx. 2500 hours
Dimensions 48(H) x 42(W) x 11(D)mm

Research Articles:
Angeli, F., Sardone, M., Angeli, E., Repaci, S., Gattobigio, R., Verdecchia, P. & Verdecchia, P. (2006). Validation of the A&D wrist-cuff UB-511 (UB-512) device for self-measurement of blood pressure. Blood Pressure Monitoring, 11(6), 349-354.

Mlawanda, G., Pather, M. & Govender, S. (2014). An analysis of blood pressure measurement in a primary care hospital in Swaziland. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 6(1), 1-9. doi:10.4102/phcfm.v6i1.590

Peak Flowmeter - Item. 0067 & 0068


It monitors a person's maximum speed of expiration (peak flow).
 
Research Articles:
Mathews, P. J. (1997). Using a Peak Flowmeter. Nursing, 27(6), 57-59. doi:10.1097/00152193-199706000-00026

Wang, L., Proudlock, M. & Liu, M. (1996). A Simple and Effective Method to Evaluate Peak Flowmeters. Canadian Respiratory Journal, 3(2), 125-129. doi:10.1155/1996/253063

Spirometer Kit - Item. 0085


It performs pulmonary function tests by measuring the volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the lungs.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 150(H) x 45(W) x 53(D)mm
Weight 77g
Flow Range 0.03 - 201/s
Volume Range 121
Power Supply  USB port

Research Articles:
Brigatto, P., Carbinatto, J. C., Costa, C. M., Montebelo, M. L., Rasera-Júnior, I. & Pazzianotto-Forti, E. M. (2014). Application of positive airway pressure in restoring pulmonary function and thoracic mobility in the postoperative period of bariatric surgery: a randomized clinical trial. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy / Revista Brasileira De Fisioterapia, 18(6), 553-562. doi:10.1590/bjpt-rbf.2014.0054

Fsadni, P., Bezzina, F., Fsadni, C., Aquilina, N. & Montefort, S. (2015). The Impact of School Environment on Children's Respiratory Health. Integrative Medicine International, 2(3/4), 129-138. doi:10.1159/000440837

Messan, F., Dansou, P., Marqueste, T., Decherchi, P., Tossou, R., Amoussou, T. & Sovi-Guidi, B. (2013). First Report of FVC and FEV1 Reference Values for Beninese Children Aged 11-16 Years. ISRN Pulmonology, 1-8. doi:10.1155/2013/284386
 

Flexibility Assessments

Flexometer - Item. 0037


For measuring the range of motion of a joint with precise angular measurements but without identifying the axis of rotation.
 
Research Articles:
Amirreza, S., Shahab, I., Hasan, D. & Mansour, S. (2014). A Comparison of Glenohumeral Internal and External Range of Motion and Rotation Strength in Healthy and Individuals with Recurrent Anterior Instability. The Archives of Bone & Joint Surgery, Vol 2, Iss 3, P215-219 (2014), (3), 215.

Ferguson, S. L., Eonho, K., Dong-H., S. & Bemben, M. G. (2013). Comparing the Effects of 3 Weeks of Upper-Body Vibration Training, Vibration and Stretching, And Stretching Alone On Shoulder Flexibility in College-Aged Men. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins), 27(12), 3329-3334.

White, S. B., Bemben, D. A., Knehans, A. W. & Bemben, M. G. (2005). Effect of Continuous Passive Motion (Machine-Assisted) Exercise As an Alternative Form of Training on Physiological Profiles of Women Aged 40-65 Years. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Allen Press Publishing Services Inc.), 19(3), 634-639.

Goniometer - Item. 0039 & 0040


This device measures the range of motion of a joint with precise angular measurements.
 
Research Articles:
Farooq, M. N., Mohseni Bandpei, M. A., Ali, M. & Khan, G. A. (2016). Reliability of the universal goniometer for assessing active cervical range of motion in asymptomatic healthy persons. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, 32(2), 457-461. doi:10.12669/pjms.322.8747

Hirschhorn, A. D., Lockhart, J. W. & Breckenridge, J. D. (2015). Can a physical activity monitor provide a valid measure of arm elevation angle? A study to assess agreement between the SenseWear Mini Armband and the universal goniometer. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 16(1), 1-9. doi:10.1186/s12891-015-0507-4

Otter, S. J., Agalliu, B., Baer, N., Hales, G., Harvey, K., James, K., & Wong, D. (2015). The reliability of a smartphone goniometer application compared with a traditional goniometer for measuring first metatarsophalangeal joint dorsiflexion. Journal of Foot & Ankle Research, 8(1), 1-7. doi:10.1186/s13047-015-0088-3

Sit & Reach Box - Item. 0038


For measuring the flexibility of hamstrings and lower back.
 
Research Articles:
Adegoke, B. A., Akpan, G. A. & Mbada, C. E. (2012). Normative Values Of Lower Back And Hamstring Flexibility For Nigerians Using The Modified Sit-And-Reach Test. Journal Of Musculoskeletal Research, 15(3), -1.

Kawano, M. M., Ambar, G. Oliveira, B. R., Boer, M. C., Cardoso, A. G., & Cardoso, J. R. (2010). Influence of the gastrocnemius muscle on the sit-and-reach test assessed by angular kinematic analysis. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy / Revista Brasileira De Fisioterapia, 14(1), 10-15.

Piva da Cunha Furtado, O. L. Pereira Morato, M., Potenza, M., & Gutierrez, G. L. (2016). Health-Related Physical Fitness among Young Goalball Players with Visual Impairments. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 110(4), 257-267.

Hand-eye Coordination Assessments

Auto Tally Maze - Item. 0007


A durable Kydex maze with printed circuit board backup and multi-function timer for counting the number of errors and timing the completion time automatically.
 
Research Articles:
Baker, L.M. (1960). General Experimental Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press, Chapter 15.

Deese, James W. (1958). The Psychology of Learning, 2nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, p.151-60.

Automatic Scoring Mirror Tracer - Item. 0006


By tracing the star pattern while watching only its mirror image, this tracer reflects the reversal and learning abilities and the hand-eye coordination of the subject. Its impulse counter, which counts every time the metal-tipped stylus leaves the anodized star pattern, tallies with the subject's number of errors.
 
Research Articles:
Harrell, J. P. & Floyd, L. J. (2000). Shared and Simple Effects of Determinants of Mean Arterial Pressure during Handgrip and Mirror Tracing Tasks. Journal of Psychophysiology, 14(3), 165-172. doi:10.1027//0269-8803.14.3.165

Kasprowicz, A. L., Manuck, S. B., Malkoff, S. B. & Krantz, D. S. (1990). Individual Differences in Behaviorally Evoked Cardiovascular Response: Temporal Stability and Hemodynamic Patterning. Psychophysiology, 27(6), 605-619. doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.1990.tb03181.x

Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test


For evaluating a subject’s ability to move small objects at various distances.
 
Research Articles:
Al Awamleh, A. A., Mansi, T. & Alkhaldi, H. (2013). Handedness differences in eye-hand coordination and, Choices, simple reaction time of international handball players. Journal of Physical Education & Sport, 13(1), 78.

Costa, R., Bastos, T., Corredeira, R., Gomes, E., Rodrigues, P & Vasconcelos, O. (2014). Effect of a physical activity program in manual dexterity and asymmetry manual of individuals with schizophrenia. Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do Desporto, 14(3), 65.

Gonzalez, V., Rowson, J. & Yoxall, A. (2017). Analyzing finger interdependencies during the Purdue Pegboard Test and comparative activities of daily living. Journal of Hand Therapy, 30(1), 80-88. doi:10.1016/j.jht.2016.04.002

Mobile Vocational Evaluation Set - Item. 0062


A computer-assisted testing system that measures nineteen work-related abilities and 12 interest areas in 3 to 4 hours.
 
Kit Includes
  • Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test
  • Lafayette Pegboard Test
  • Steadiness Test, Hole Type
  • Two-Arm Coordination Test
  • Hester Reaction Time Module
  • Etch-a-Sketch Test
  • Tapping Board Test
  • Cassette Tape Recorder
  • Screwdriver
  • Silent Impulse Counter
  • Stopwatch
  • Software and Written Tests

Research Articles:

Al Awamleh, A. A., Mansi, T. & Alkhaldi, H. (2013). Handedness differences in eye-hand coordination and, Choices, simple reaction time of international handball players. Journal of Physical Education & Sport, 13(1), 78.

Costa, R., Bastos, T., Corredeira, R., Gomes, E., Rodrigues, P & Vasconcelos, O. (2014). Effect of a physical activity program in manual dexterity and asymmetry manual of individuals with schizophrenia. Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do Desporto, 14(3), 65.

Gonzalez, V., Rowson, J. & Yoxall, A. (2017). Analyzing finger interdependencies during the Purdue Pegboard Test and comparative activities of daily living. Journal of Hand Therapy, 30(1), 80-88. doi:10.1016/j.jht.2016.04.002

Multi-Operational Apparatus for Reaction Time System - Item. 0063


This equipment performs a wide range of tests including reaction time, choice reaction time, reaction/movement time, and tapping tests.
 
It features state-of-the-art touch sensitive keypad for ultra-accurate reaction time with no key travel errors, and tri-color stimulus lights and dual tone generation for high degree of versatility in stimulus presentation.
 
Specifications:
Stimulus 9 tri-color lights, high or low tone
Cue Tri-color light, high or low tone
Cue Time Range 0-25.5s, 0.1s resolution
Volume Range 0-25.5s, 0.1s resolution
Dimensions 21.0"(W) x 11.2"(H) x 2.5"(D)
 Power 10VDC, 1.5 Amp with AC adapter

Research Articles:
Al Awamleh, A. A., Mansi, T. & Alkhaldi, H. (2013). Handedness differences in eye-hand coordination and, Choices, simple reaction time of international handball players. Journal of Physical Education & Sport, 13(1), 78.

Telles, S., Yadav, A., Gupta, R. K. & Balkrishna, A. (2013). Reaction Time Following Yoga Bellows-Type Breathing and Breath Awareness1. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 117(1), 89-98. doi:10.2466/22.25.pms.117x10z4

Purdue Pegboard - Item. 0075


This device measures 2 types of dexterity, i.e. gross movements of the fingers, hands and arms as well as fine fingertip dexterity necessary in assembly tasks.
 
Research Articles:
Gonzalez, V., Rowson, J. & Yoxall, A. (2017). Analyzing finger interdependencies during the Purdue Pegboard Test and comparative activities of daily living. Journal of Hand Therapy, 30(1), 80-88. doi:10.1016/j.jht.2016.04.002

Lindstrom-Hazel, D. K. & Veenstra, N. V. (2015). Examining the Purdue Pegboard Test for Occupational Therapy Practice. The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 3(3). doi:10.15453/2168-6408.1178

Wittich, W. & Nadon, C. (2016). The Purdue Pegboard test: normative data for older adults with low vision. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 12(3), 272-279. doi:10.3109/17483107.2015.1129459
 

Reaction Timer- Item. 0077


It times a subject’s reaction time to light, sound and touch stimuli.
 
Specifications:
Stimulus Buzzer, Light
Sensors Hand switch, Foot switch
Power 4 x AA batteries


Steadiness Tester- Item. 0091


By holding the stylus in a hole without touching the side, this instrument measures one aspect of the psychomotor phenomena of steadiness.
 
Specifications:
Hole Diameters 1.156, 1.125, 0.5, 0.312, 0.25, 0.187, 0.109, 0.093, 0.078 (inch)
Stylus Diameters 0.0625 (inch)

Research Articles:
Al Awamleh, A. A., Mansi, T. & Alkhaldi, H. (2013). Handedness differences in eye-hand coordination and, Choices, simple reaction time of international handball players. Journal of Physical Education & Sport, 13(1), 78.


Birnbaum, R., Majnemer, A., Shevell, M., Limperopoulos C. & Wood-Dauphinee, S. (1999). Psychometric properties of an upper extremity steadiness tester in children of school age. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, 12(4), 285-293.

Sengupta, M., Guha, P., Banerjee, P., Paul, S., Baisya, R. & Bhattacharya, K. (2014). Comparison of tremor induced by valproate and lithium in bipolar disorder using a hand steadiness tester. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 3(1), 151. doi:10.5455/2319-2003.ijbcp20140219
 

Movement Analysis

ActiGraph Triaxial Activity Monitor - Item. 0001

Its 3-axis Accelerometer captures and records continuous, high resolution physical activity and sleep/wake information while its Ambient Light Sensor provides minute-by-minute light intensity values alongside activity information which is helpful for examining the relationship between environment /activity and sleep behaviors.

The Wear Time Sensor automatically detects if a wrist worn device has been removed for simplified compliance monitoring and data cleaning.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 3.3(W) x 4.6(H) x 1.5(D) cm
Weight 19 grams
Sample rate 30-100 Hertz
Dynamic range +/-8G
Water resistance  1 meter, 30 min
Wear location Wrist, waist, ankle, thigh
Communication USB, Bluetooth
Data storage/Memory 240 days/4 GB
Battery life 25 days

Research Articles:
Aadland, E. & Ylvisåker, E. (2015). Reliability of the Actigraph GT3X Accelerometer in Adults under Free-Living Conditions. Plos One, 10(8). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134606

Feehan, L. M., Goldsmith, C. H., Leung, A. Y. & Li, L. C. (2016). SenseWearMini and Actigraph GT3X Accelerometer Classification of Observed Sedentary and Light-Intensity Physical Activities in a Laboratory Setting. Physiotherapy Canada, 68(2), 116-123. doi:10.3138/ptc.2015-12

Webber, S. C. & St. John, P. D. (2016). Comparison of ActiGraph GT3X+ and StepWatch Step Count Accuracy in Geriatric Rehabilitation Patients. Journal of Aging & Physical Activity, 24(3), 451-458.

Angle Measuring & Analysis System - Item. 0003


This system consists of a compact, portable, solid state display unit and amplifier designed for use with a full range of goniometer and torsimeters for acquisition of limb movement data.
 
Specifications (2 Channel Amplifier):
Dimensions 100(W) x 60(H) x 25(D) mm
Weight 140g (inc. battery)
Power Supply Dueacell MN1604
Battery Life 45 hours continuous use

Specifications (Output Isolation Unit):
Dimensions 130(W) x 65(H) x 25(D) mm
Weight 300g
Power Supply AC (9 volts dc 100 mA)

Research Articles:
Costello, J. T., Algar, L. A. & Donnelly, A. E. (2011). Effects of whole-body cryotherapy (−110 °C) on proprioception and indices of muscle damage. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 22(2), 190-198. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0838.2011.01292.x

Miljković, N. S., Bijelić, G. S., Đorđević, O. C., Konstantinović, L. M., Zabaleta, H. R. & Šekara, T. B. (2015). Trunk flexion measurement for the assessment of low back pain. Vojnotehnicki glasnik, 63(1), 56-66. doi:10.5937/vojtehg63-5930

Vieira, E. R, & Coury, H. J. (2004). Parallel Reliability of Lumbar-Flexion Measurements. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 13(4), 300-311. doi:10.1123/jsr.13.4.300

Pedar Pressure Distribution Measuring System

An accurate and reliable pressure distribution measuring system for monitoring local loads between the foot and the shoe.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 150(H) x 100(W) x 40(D) mm
Weight 400g
Power Supply NIMh battery
Shoe Size 22 to 49 (European), 3 widths
Pressure Range 15 - 600 or 30 - 1,200 kPa

Research Articles:
Choi, S., Cho, H., Kang, B., Lee, D. H., Kim, M. J. & Jang, S. H. (2015). Slip-Related Changes in Plantar Pressure Distribution, and Parameters for Early Detection of Slip Events. Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine, 39(6), 897. doi:10.5535/arm.2015.39.6.89

Putti, A., Arnold, G., Cochrane, L. & Abboud, R. (2007). The Pedar® in-shoe system: Repeatability and normal pressure values. Gait & Posture, 25(3), 401-405. doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2006.05.010

Ramanathan, A., Kiran, P., Arnold, G., Wang, W. & Abboud, R. (2010). Repeatability of the Pedar-X® in-shoe pressure measuring system. Foot and Ankle Surgery, 16(2), 70-73. doi:10.1016/j.fas.2009.05.006

SMART-D - Item. 0106


A new high resolution digital optoelectronic system that analyses all types of movements with its digital TV cameras and highly sensitive CCD sensors
 
Specifications:
Infrared cameras up to 12 digital TVC
Acquisition Frequency 70 - 500 Hz
Resolution up to 1.4 Mp
Markers 3 - 22 mm

Research Articles:
Franco Moura, R. C., Almeida Santos, C., Collange Grecco, L. A., Delasta Lazzari, R., Lopes Dumont, A. J., de Almeida Duarte, N. C. & Santos Oliveira, C. (2016). Transcranial direct current stimulation combined with upper limb functional training in children with spastic, hemiparetic cerebral palsy: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 171-10. doi:10.1186/s13063-016-1534-7
 
Wąsik, J. & Góra, T. (2016). The kinematics of taekwon-do back kick. Baltic Journal of Health & Physical Activity, 8(4), 49-55.
 
Wąsik, J. & Shan, G. (2015). Target effect on the kinematics of Taekwondo Roundhouse Kick - is the presence of a physical target a stimulus, influencing muscle-power generation? Acta of Bioengineering & Biomechanics, 17(4), 115-120. doi:10.5277/ABB-00229-2014-02

SwimPro Camera System Dual Cam-wired - Item. 0098


A new high resolution digital optoelectronic system that analyses all types of movements with its digital TV cameras and highly sensitive CCD sensors.
 
Specifications:
Capacity 1080P @~1MB/s - 1 hour of video = 3.6GB
Shutter Speed up to 1/10000 seconds selectable
Lens Horizontal viewing range of 2.4m at 2m distance
Durability 4m to 24hours + 4 point radial drop tested

Research Articles:
Franco Moura, R. C., Almeida Santos, C., Collange Grecco, L. A., Delasta Lazzari, R., Lopes Dumont, A. J., de Almeida Duarte, N. C. & Santos Oliveira, C. (2016). Transcranial direct current stimulation combined with upper limb functional training in children with spastic, hemiparetic cerebral palsy: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 171-10. doi:10.1186/s13063-016-1534-7
 
Wąsik, J. & Góra, T. (2016). The kinematics of taekwon-do back kick. Baltic Journal of Health & Physical Activity, 8(4), 49-55.

Muscle Testing

250lbs Universal Push-pull Dynamometer - Item. 0010

It assesses manual muscle strength by objectively measuring push, pull and lift forces.
 
Specifications:
Weight 1½ lb
Measuring range 0 to 500 lb
Weight 1½ lb

 
Research Articles:
Durmus, D., Unal, M. & Kuru, O. (2014). How effective is a modified exercise program on its own or with back school in chronic low back pain? A randomized-controlled clinical trial. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 27(4), 553-561. doi:10.3233/bmr-140481

Turner, N., Ferguson, K., Mobley, B. W., Riemann, B. & Davies, G. (2009). Establishing Normative Data on Scapulothoracic Musculature Using Handheld Dynamometry. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 18(4), 502-520. doi:10.1123/jsr.18.4.502

Back & Leg Dynamometer


Designed to measure the general strength capacity of the whole body, especially the large muscles of the trunk and legs.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 315(W) x 315(D) x 328(H)mm
Weight 3.7kg
Measuring Range 20 to 300 g
Minimum Measurement Unit 0.5kg
Power Suppply Lithium cell

Research Articles:
Kurt, C. & Pekünlü, E. (2014). Acute effect of whole body vibration on isometric strength, squat jump, and flexibility in well-trained combat athletes. Biology of Sport, 32(2), 115-122. doi:10.5604/20831862.1134558

Lee, H., Chae, D., Wilbur, J., Miller, A., Lee, K. & Jin, H. (2013). Effects of a 12 week self-managed stretching program among Korean-Chinese female migrant workers in Korea: A randomized trial. Japan Journal of Nursing Science, 11(2), 121-134. doi:10.1111/jjns.12010

Free EMG (16 Channels) - Item. 0108


This wireless synchromyography device acquires electromyographic signals with up to 16 channels for dynamic muscular activity analysis. The probes are attached to common pre-gelled electrodes which amplify the signal and transfer the data to a portable device displaying them in real time.
 
Specifications (Wireless Probes):
Battery Rechargeable, lithium ion
Weight 7.5g battery included
Dimensions 17(W) x 36(H) x 8(D)mm mother electrode
Diameter 17 x 8mm satellite electrode
Acquisition Frequency up to 4KHz

Specifications (Receiving Unit):
Battery Rechargeable, lithium ion
Weight 240g
Dimensions 152(W) x 82(H) x 22.5(D)mm

Research Articles:
Gaudet, G., Raison, M., Maso, F. D., Achiche, S. & Begon, M. (2016). Intra- and Intersession Reliability of Surface Electromyography on Muscles Actuating the Forearm during Maximum Voluntary Contractions. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 32(6), 558-570. doi:10.1123/jab.2015-0214

Kilgas, M. A., Drum, S. N., Jensen, R. L., Phillips, K. C. & Watts, P. B. (2016). The Effect of Magnesium Carbonate (Chalk) on Geometric Entropy, Force, and Electromyography during Rock Climbing. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 32(6), 553-557. doi:10.1123/jab.2016-0009

Neto, H. P., Grecco, L. A., Christovão, T. C., Braun, L. A., Giannasi, L. C., Salgado, A. S. & Oliveira, C. S. (2012). Effect of posture-control insoles on function in children with cerebral palsy: Randomized controlled clinical trial. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 13(1). doi:10.1186/1471-2474-13-193

Hand-grip Dynamometer


This wireless synchromyography device acquires electromyographic signals with up to 16 channels for dynamic muscular activity analysis. The probes are attached to common pre-gelled electrodes which amplify the signal and transfer the data to a portable device displaying them in real time.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 154(W) x 235(H) x 59(D)mm
Weight 0.62kg
Measuring Range 0 to 100kg
Minimum Measurement Unit 0.5kg 

Research Articles:
Beyazal, M. S., Devrimsel, G., Türkyılmaz, A. K. & Yıldırım, M. (2016). The Relationship of Hand Grip Strength with Bone Mineral Density and Vitamin D in Postmenopausal Women. Türk Osteoporoz Dergisi, 22(1), 1-6. doi:10.4274/tod.95914

Šteffl, M. & Chrudimský, J. (2016). An investigation of maximal hand grip strength related to body mass index in healthy Czech children. Auc Kinanthropologica, 52(2), 19-25. doi:10.14712/23366052.2016.8

Wieczorek, M., Wiliński, W., Struzik, A. & Rokita, A. (2015). Hand Grip Strength vs Sprint Effectiveness in Amputee Soccer Players. Journal of Human Kinetics, 48(1). doi:10.1515/hukin-2015-0099


MyoMotion Noraxon


A wireless equipment with 16 sensors using the Inertial Sensor technology. Based on fusion algorithms, the information from a 3D accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer is used to measure the 3D rotation angles of each sensor in absolute space.
 
Research Articles:
Chen, S., Wu, M., Huang, C., Wu, J., Guo, L. & Wu, W. (2013). The Analysis of Upper Limb Movement and EMG Activation during the Snatch under Various Loading Conditions. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, 13(01), 1350010. doi:10.1142/s0219519413500103

Struzik, A., Juras, G., Pietraszewski, B. & Rokita, A. (2016). Effect of drop jump technique on the reactive strength index. Journal of Human Kinetics, 52(1). doi:10.1515/hukin-2016-0003

Struzik, A., Konieczny, G., Stawarz, M., Grzesik, K., Winiarski, S. & Rokita, A. (2016). Relationship between Lower Limb Angular Kinematic

Variables and the Effectiveness of Sprinting during the Acceleration Phase. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 2016, 1-9. doi:10.1155/2016/7480709
 


MyoMotion Noraxon Datalogger - Item. 0065

 
With this wireless data logger, users can apply the sensors and record data anywhere during any activity. The recorded data can then be imported into the software for processing and analysis.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 37.6(L) x 65.09(W) x 15.88(H)mm
Weight 125g
Battery Recharged by a 5V USB host

Neurofeedback

64-Channel Wireless Dry EEG Headset System- Item. 0034


This headset is a complete platform for EEG and triaxial accelerometry acquisition. It contains all requisite sensors, caps and electronics for acquiring and wirelessly transmitting EEG signals on a mobile subject. No electrolytic gels are required.
 
Specifications:
Channel Count 16 to 64
Sensor Type Dry with Active Shielding
Impedance Monitoring Real-time with EEG acquisition
Sampling Rate 300 Hz
Power Supply 2 x AAA, 6+ hours streaming
Weight 350g including batteries

Research Articles:
Lin, Y., Wang, Y., Wei, C. & Jung, T. (2014). Assessing the quality of steady-state visual-evoked potentials for moving humans using a mobile electroencephalogram headset. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00182

Mullen, T. R., Kothe, C. A., Chi, Y. M., Ojeda, A., Kerth, T., Makeig, S. & Cauwenberghs, G. (2015). Real-time neuroimaging and cognitive monitoring using wearable dry EEG. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 62(11), 2553-2567. doi:10.1109/tbme.2015.2481482

Sports Equipment

'Slide-N-Lock' Adjustable Dumbbells - Item. 0078


Each dumbbell is adjustable in 5lbs increments up to 55lbs.
 
Research Articles:
Salo, P. K., Häkkinen, A. H., Kautiainen, H. & Ylinen, J. J. (2010). Effect of neck strength training on health-related quality of life in females with chronic neck pain: a randomized controlled 1-year follow-up study. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 8(1), 48. doi:10.1186/1477-7525-8-48

Tsolakis, C. K., Vagenas, G. K. & Dessypris, A. G. (2004). Strength adaptations and hormonal responses to resistance training and detraining in preadolescent males. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18(3), 625-629

Adjustable Weighted Vest - Item. 0101


Adjustable in 1lb increments up to 40lbs.
 
Research Articles:
Hakestad, K. A., Torstveit, M. K., Nordsletten, L. & Risberg, M. A. (2015). Effect of exercises with weight vests and a patient education programme for women with osteopenia and a healed wrist fracture: a randomized, controlled trial of the OsteoACTIVE programme. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 16352-360. doi:10.1186/s12891-015-0811-z
 
Hodgetts, S. s., Magill-Evans, J. & Misiaszek, J. (2011). Weighted Vests, Stereotyped Behaviors and Arousal in Children with Autism. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 41(6), 805-814.

Dumbbells (5/10/15lbs)



Exercise Mattress



Timers & Counters

Economy Clock - Item. 0008


A timer capable of accurately recording time down to the millisecond.
 
Specifications:
Dimensions 6 ⅜" x 4 ¼" x 1 ⅝"
Weight 7lbs
Power Supply AA battery x 1

Research Articles:

Jordan, S., Okonek, A. & Schot, P. (2016). Influence of Baseball Catcher Mask Design, Impact Location and Ball Trajectory on Head Acceleration. International Journal of Exercise Science, 9(5), 567-575.

Ringenbach, S. R., Albert, A. R., Chih-Chia (JJ), C. & Alberts, J. L. (2014). Acute Bouts of Assisted Cycling Improves Cognitive and Upper Extremity Movement Functions in Adolescents With Down Syndrome. Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, 52(2), 124-135. doi:10.1352/1934-9556-52.2.124

Veligekas, P. & Bogdanis, G. C. (2013). Bilateral deficit in vertical jumping in pre-pubertal boys and girls. Journal of Physical Education & Sport, 13(1), 120-126.

Metronome - Item. 0059


With its long running time, high accuracy and reliability, this device indicates the tempo with its loud tick.
 
Research Articles:
Cider, Å., Schaufelberger, M., Sunnerhagen, K. S. & Andersson, B. (2003). Hydrotherapy—a new approach to improve function in the older patient with Fotiadou, E. G., Tsimaras, V. K., Giagazoglou, P. F., Sidiropoulou, M. P., Karamouzi, A. M., & Angelopoulou, N. A. (2006). EFFECT OF RHYTHMIC

Fotiadou, E. G., Tsimaras, V. K., Giagazoglou, P. F., Sidiropoulou, M. P., Karamouzi, A. M. & Angelopoulou, N. A. (2006). Effect of Rhythmic Gymnastics on the Rhythm Perception of Children with Deafness. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 20(2), 298-303. doi:10.1519/00124278-200605000-00011

Multifunction Timer - Item. 0032


Designed to time and count events with high accuracy and high resolution, with terminal blocks for easy connection to external devices including Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit, Stability Platform and Automatic Tally Maze.
 
Specifications:
Range 0 - 1000s with millisecond resolution
Max Count Rate 40Hz
Accuracy 0.005% +/- 1millisecond
Power Supply "C" cell x 4
Battery Life Approx.30 hours

Research Articles:

Dick, M. B., Hsieh, S., Bricker, J. & Dick-Muehlke, C. (2003). Facilitating acquisition and transfer of a continuous motor task in healthy older adults and patients with Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychology, 17(2), 202-212. doi:10.1037/0894-4105.17.2.202

Green, J. T. & Woodruff-Pak, D. S. (1997). Concurrent eyeblink classical conditioning and rotary pursuit performance: Implications for independent nondeclarative memory systems. Neuropsychology, 11(4), 474-487. doi:10.1037/0894-4105.11.4.474

Yuhua, L., Coleman, D., Ransdell, M., Coleman, L. & Irwin, C. (2011). Sport Stacking Activities in School Children's Motor Skill Development. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 113(2), 431-438.

My-Gripper - Item. 0064


For measuring hand grip strength in kilogram with counting function.
 

Pedometer - Item. 0070-73


For measuring the distance and the number of steps during walking with indication of estimated calories consumption.
 
Specifications:
Measurement Range 0 to 99,999 steps
Memory previous 7 days
Dimensions 2 ½"(W) x 1 ½"(H) x 1"(D)
Power Supply LR43 battery x 1
Weight 0.85oz (including battery)

Research Articles:

Dwyer, T., Pezic, A., Sun, C., Cochrane, J., Venn, A., Srikanth, V. & Ponsonby, A. (2015). Objectively Measured Daily Steps and Subsequent Long Term All-Cause Mortality: The Tasped Prospective Cohort Study. Plos One, 10(11). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141274

Laslett, L. L., Quinn, S. J., Winzenberg, T. M., Sanderson, K., Cicuttini, F. & Jones, G. (2012). A prospective study of the impact of musculoskeletal pain and radiographic osteoarthritis on health related quality of life in community dwelling older people. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 13(1). doi:10.1186/1471-2474-13-168

Ohta, Y., Kawano, Y., Minami, J., Iwashima, Y., Hayashi, S., Yoshihara, F. & Nakamura, S. (2015). Effects of daily walking on office, home and 24-h blood pressure in hypertensive patients. Clinical and Experimental Hypertension, 37(5), 433-437. doi:10.3109/10641963.2015.1013115



Stopwatch - Item. 0096


A dual timer featuring a lap time/spilt time memory function.
 
Research Articles:
Dewhurst, S., Nelson, N., Dougall, P. K. & Bampouras, T. M. (2014). Scottish Country Dance: Benefits to Functional Ability in Older Women. Journal of Aging & Physical Activity, 22(1), 146-153.

Lockie, R. G., Jalilvand, F., Callaghan, S. J., Jeffriess, M. D. & Murphy, A. J. (2015). Interaction between Leg Muscle Performance and Sprint Acceleration Kinematics. Journal of Human Kinetics, 49(1), 65-74.

miCoach Speed Cell - Item. 0083


This device tracks performance in a wide range of sports, including basketball, football, tennis, handball, etc. and measures sprint force, cut force, changes in direction, jump height, reaction time and game duration.
 
Specifications:
Data Memory 5 hours
Dimensions 66(H) x 38(W) x 14(D)mm
Power Supply CR2032 or CR2031H x 1
Battery Life 5 months
Weight 22g

Research Articles:

Dallinga, J. M., Mennes, M., Alpay, L., Bijwaard, H. & Faille-Deutekom, M. B. (2015). App use, physical activity and healthy lifestyle: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health, 15(1). doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2165-8

Stackpool, C. M., Porcari, J. P., Mikat, R. P., Gillette, C. & Foster, C. (2014). The accuracy of various activity trackers in estimating steps taken and energy expenditure. Journal of Fitness Research, 3(3), 32.

Others

CorTemp Data Recorder - Item. 0028


A complete electronic thermometer system designed to provide accurate core body temperature measurements.
 
Research Articles:
Becker, B. E., Hildenbrand, K., Whitcomb, R. K. & Sanders, J. P. (2009). Biophysiologic Effects of Warm Water Immersion. International Journal of Aquatic Research & Education, 3(1), 24-37.

Callaway, C. W., Elmer, J., Guyette, F. X., Molyneaux, B. J., Anderson, K. B., Empey, P. E. & Rittenberger, J. C. (2015). Dexmedetomidine Reduces Shivering during Mild Hypothermia in Waking Subjects. Plos ONE, 10(8), 1-11. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0129709

Leoz-Abaurrea, I., Izquierdo, M., Gonzalez-Izal, M. & Aguado-Jiménez, R. (2017). Increased Thermoregulatory Strain When Wearing an Upper Body Compression Garment During Moderate Exercise in Trained Older Adults. Journal of Aging & Physical Activity, 25(1), 134-139.

Thermoscan Ear Thermometer - Item. 0105


A timer capable of accurately recording time down to the millisecond.
 
Specifications:
Temperature Range 34℃ - 42.2℃ (93.2℉ - 108℉)
Graduation 0.1℃ or ℉
Power Supply AAA x 1
Battery Life 2 years / 1000 measurements

Research Articles:
Daanen, H. A. (2006). Infrared tympanic temperature and ear canal morphology. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 30(4), 224-234. doi:10.1080/03091900600711613

Purssell, E., While, A. & Coomber, B. (2009). Tympanic thermometry–normal temperature and reliability. Paediatric Care, 21(6), 40-43. doi:10.7748/paed2009.07.21.6.40.c7151

Dr. TSE Choi Yeung, Andy

Associate Professor & Acting Head of Department
Research interests:
Andy’s primary research interest lies on the motor learning and impact of physical activity on psychological, cognitive and physical well-being in children with autism spectrum disorder.  He is also interested in motor development and the effect of free-play on overall quality of life in typically developing children. He recently initiates a new research project on the investigation of free-play participation among school-aged children. His research goal is to propose a lighthouse parenting strategy as a reasonable approach to build success among children.

Dr. CHOW Chi Ching, Gary

Assistant Professor & Associate Head of Department (Learning and Teaching)
Research interests:
Sports recovery;
Postural control and sports;
Rugby Science;
Sports training invention;
Technology in Physical Education;
Generic skills and sports participation

Dr. LOUIE Hung Tak, Lobo, MH

Senior Lecturer I & Associate Head of Department (Internship and Community Collaboration)
Qualifications:
Graduate Certificate in Sports & Recreation Management: Victoria University of Technology, Australia.
Doctor of Physical Education: Springfield College, USA.
Master of Science: Springfield College, USA.
Bachelor of Science (Summa Cum Lauda): Springfield College, USA.
Advanced Teacher Certificate in Education (Physical Education): Grantham College of Education, Hong Kong.
Teacher Certificate: Northcote College of Education, Hong Kong.

Research interests:

Pediatric Exercise Science; Physical Activity; Outdoor Sports and Wilderness Experience

Dr. SUN Fenghua, Bob

Associate Professor & Associate Head of Department (Research and Development)
Research interests:
• Nutritional and metabolic aspects of exercise
• Exercise, nutrition and body weight control
• Physical activity, nutrition and health promotion

Prof. CHENG Sheung-Tak

Chair Professor of Psychology and Gerontology
Research interests:
• Successful aging
• Elderly depression and suicide
• Dementia caregivers
• Social network
• Activity therapy

Prof. CHOW Hung Kay, Daniel

Chair Professor of Health and Sports Science
Research interests: 
Movement Analysis, Biomechanics, Ergonomics, Sports Health, Christian Education

Dr. LEUNG Ka Man, Carman

Associate Professor
Qualifications
B.Sci.(University of Hong Kong); M.Soc.Sci. (Hong Kong Baptist University);
MSci. (Boise State University); Ph.D. (Hong Kong Baptist University)
 
Areas of Teaching
Volleyball; Sport management; teaching and coaching in Physical Education
 
Research Interests
Older adult, children, environmental correlates to physical activity (especially walking),
light volleyball, sitting light volleyball (adapted physical activity), Esports, Physical activity promotion, physical activity measurement

Dr. CHUNG Ming Yan, Louisa

Assistant Professor
Research interests:
• Eating behaviour modification,
• Teledietetics,
• Nutrition education and knowledge transfer,
• Physical fitness assessment in the community,
• Glycemic index,
• Exergaming for health

Dr. OR Pui Lai, Peggy

Assistant Professor
Research interests:
Infection control, Healthcare quality, school health, eLearning

Dr. WONG Ling Yu, Anna

Assistant Professor
Qualifications:
BA (Hons) in Music, University of Cambridge, UK
MA in Education (Psychology), Institute of Education, University of London, UK
PhD in Education, University of Cambridge, UK
 
Other Qualifications:
Training of Trainers Certificate in Advanced Community Music Leadership, Musicians without Borders, The Netherlands
Mental Health First Aid Instructor (2022-2023)
 
Areas of Teaching:
School mental health education and promotion; Healthy aging; Music, health, and wellbeing; Qualitative and mixed research methods
 
Research Interests:
Music for well-being; Music therapy research; Mental health education and promotion

Dr. WONG Ming Yu, Claudia

Assistant Professor
Qualifications:
BA (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University); MSc (University of Edinburgh)
MSc (University of Glasgow); Ph.D (Hong Kong Baptist University)
 
Areas of Teaching:
Swimming, Sport Psychology and Mental Preparation, Sports Coaching, Research Methods
 
Research Interests:
Youths, Older adults, Kindergarteners, Athletes, Self-care and Physical Activity, Self-compassion, Positive Psychology in Education and Coaching

Dr. ZHENG Chen

Assistant Professor
Qualification
Ph.D. (Education), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.Sc. (Exercise Science), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.Ed. (Sports Science), Beijing Sport University
 
Area of Teaching
Physical Activity for Health; Physical Activity, Health and Fitness in School Populations; Research Methods
 
Research Interest
Exercise Physiology
Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior
Obesity, Aging, and Cardio-metabolic Health

Dr. KAM Wai Keung, Kevin

Principal Lecturer
Research interests:
Socio-cultural Studies in Sport and Physical Education, Curricular and Pedagogical Studies of Physical Education, Professional Development of PE Teachers, Physical Activity, Fitness and Health Promotion, Outdoor Adventure Education

Ms. KWOK Bo Ping, Eva

Senior Lecturer I
Qualifications:
M.Sc. (Nutrition, Food Science and Technology), CUHK
MSoc.Sc. (Psychology of Education-Credit), CityUHK
Certificate Course on Student Guidance and Discipline for Teachers of Secondary Schools (Distinction), CUHK
BEd. (Secondary Education), OUHK
BA (Work-based Learning Studies), Middlesex University, UK
ACTE (Home Management – Distinction), The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Teacher Certificate (Home Economics), Northcote College of Education
 
Areas of Teaching:
Curriculum Planning and Pedagogy in Home Economics/ Technology and Living Education, Theory and Practice of Culinary Skills and Needlework Skills, STEM Education in Secondary School Settings.
 
Research Interests:
Food and Nutrition, Students with Special Educational Needs

Mr. CHAN Ching Yat, Roy

Senior Lecturer II
Qualifications
Master of Education, The University of Hong Kong
Master of Exercise Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Education (Hons.), The Hong Kong Institute of Education
 
Areas of Teaching
Sports and Exercise for Special Populations, Teaching Physical Education to Students with Special Needs, Theory and Practice of Team Ball Games, Theory and Practice of Racquet Games, Current Issues and controversies in Hong Kong School Physical Education
 
Research Interests
Adapted Physical Education, Physical Fitness of Person with Special Needs

Mr. HO YIK KIU, Kenneth

Senior Lecturer II
Qualifications:
Master of Art (School Improvement and leadership), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Education (Hons.), The Hong Kong Institute of Education 
 
Areas of Teaching:
PES1272 Introduction to Practical and Theoretical Considerations in Sports Coaching
PES2164 Theory and Practice of Individual Physical Activities  
PES2174 Theory and Practice of Team Ball Games
PES3172 Fundamental Movement for Junior Primary School    
PES3178 Theory and Practice of Lifelong Physical Activities
PES3280 Pedagogy and Practice in Sports Coaching
PES4292 Internship
 
Research Interests:
Fundamental Movement
Handball
Learning and Teaching Strategies in Physical Education
Motor Learning
Sports Training
Sports Coaching
Technology in Physical Education

Ms. WANG Sha

Lecturer I
Qualifications:
B.Ed. (Beijing Sports); M.Ed. (Beijing Sports)
 
Areas of teaching:
Gymnastics, Aerobics, Dance and Tai Chi
 
Research interests:
Gymnastics and Aerobics

Dr. WONG Hoi Wai, Henry

Lecturer I
Qualifications:
Ed.D. (Physical Education and Sports Science), EdUHK
M.Sc. (Sports Medicine and Health Science), CUHK
B.Ed. (Hons.) (Physical Education), HKIEd
 
Areas of Teaching:
Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education, Sports Injury and Prevention, Human Anatomy, Sports Performance Analysis
 
Research Interests:
Motor Learning and Control, Teaching Pedagogy, Rasch Measurement, Educational Assessment

Ms. CHAN Ka Man, Carmen

Lecturer II
Qualifications:
  • MSocSc (Psychology) (Schools and Community Settings) (EdUHK)
  • Bachelor of Health Education (Hons) (EdUHK)
  • Certificate of Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology (Level Two) (HKSSEP),

Areas of teaching:
Physical Fitness Education, Child and Adolescent Health Education
 
Research interests:
Physical health & mental health, karate-do
 
Others:
  • Member of the Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • Councillor of the Hong Kong Blind Sports Federation

Mr. SIU Ka Man, Tom

Lecturer II
Qualifications:
MSocSc (Sport and Leisure Management), HKBU
 
Area of Teaching:
Theory and Practice of Racquet Games, Analysis of Teaching and Coaching in Physical Education
 
Research Intertest:
Badminton, Sports Management

Dr LI Chung

Status and Qualifications:
Justice of Peace of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Adjunct Professor, Department of Health and Physical Education
The Education University of Hong Kong
(since 2015)

Appointment Period:
1 October 2021 to 30 September 2025

Ms CHING Tai Yin Patricia

Status and Qualifications:
Senior Nurse Adviser of Infection Control at Hong Kong Baptist Hospital

Appointment Period:
1 January 2023 to 31 December 2024

Dr CHOW Pui Yu Lina

Status and Qualifications:
PhD, MEd in Teacher Education
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Physical Education
The Education University of Hong Kong
(since 2015)

Appointment Period:
1 January 2023 to 31 December 2024

Dr CRUZ Alberto

Status and Qualifications:
Doctor of Education
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Physical Education
The Education University of Hong Kong
(since 2018)

Appointment Period:
1 January 2023 to 31 December 2024