DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1251

A New Aerobics Training Method Based on Electroencephalogram

Xuehong Sun

Abstract


Aerobics is a sport that can show continuous, complex and high-intensity complete movements under the accompaniment of music. It is a popular sport popular with the masses. At present, our country has made certain achievements in the aerobics competition project, and all the aerobics competitions both at home and abroad have made certain progress. In this process, the daily training work of the Aerobics athletes is very important, it is the basic way to improve the comprehensive quality of the athletes. In view of the current development of aerobics training, the brain wave technology is applied in this research to achieve the visualization, real-time detection and real-time feedback of aerobics training results. Combined with traditional research methods to improve aerobics training skills, an experiment is designed to verify that the aerobics training system based on EEG can improve athletes' concentration degree of aerobics training more effectively. The experimental results of this study provide some reference and reference for the research and development of the related fields in the future.

Keywords


Electroencephalogram (EEG), Aerobics Training System, Bluetooth Communication Module, EEG Aerobic Data Processing

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