First International Congress of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences
Current and Future Challenges of Physical Activity and Sport
24 to 26 January 2019

Program

Thursday 24th January 2019

Location: Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. (La Inmaculada Torrent)

9:00-9:30h: Accreditations and delivery of documentation.
9:30-10:00h: Inauguration, Rector, Dean, Director of the congress, Mountain Director,…COLEFCV, FEDME, GVA (to be confirmed)

10:00-11:00: INAUGURAL CONFERENCE:

  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov). Adaptation for Physical Activity in Europe. By Aija Klavina (Latvian Academy of Sport Education. President of the European Federation of Adapted Physical Activity).

11:00-11:30h: Coffee break
11:30-12:45: Conference Area 1 (Sports Training) and Area 3 (Health)

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov). Mental training in sport. By Patricia  Ramírez (Psychologist of Sports and Health, Spain).
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov). Management of knee instability in knee osteoarthritis and pain syndrome). By Jim Richards (Uclan University)

12:45-14:00h: Conference Area 2 (Education) and Area 4 (Management)

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.) Gamification tools: experiences of use in the classroom.  By María Mercedes Marqués Andrés (UJI, Spain)
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) The professional management of public sports services through indicators. The case of the NBS of England. By David Monkhouse (UK).

*13:00-14:00h. Workshop (laboratory): Advances in EMG and Movement Analysis: How to measure important changes with interventions. By Jim Richards (UCLAN university)

14:00-15:45h: Coffee Break
15:45-16:30h: Oral communications.

  • Classroom 0003 (prov.) Oral communications of the thematic sub-areas.
  • Classroom 0002 (prov.) Oral communications of the thematic sub-areas.
  • Hall floor 0 (prov.) Posters Communications of the thematic sub-areas.

16:30-17:45h: Main Conference.

  • Classroom 3004-3005, "San José Without Barriers: Physical Activity and Sports Program for People with Disabilities in Costa Rica, by Heiner Ugalde Fallas (President of the Cantonal Committee of Sports and Recreation of San José, Costa Rica).

17:45-18:00h: Coffee Break

18:00-19:00h: Conference Area 1 (Sports Training) and Area 2
(Education)

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.) Science and innovation behind the Spanish Badminton achievement. By Dr. David Cabello (University of Granada and Spanish Federation of Badminton)
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) Gamification in Physical Education. By Dr. Francisco Javier Vázquez Ramos (Teaching at CEIP Luís Vives-Sevilla).

19:00-20:00h: Workshops

  • (Computer classroom): "Gamification in Physical" by Dr. Francisco Javier Vázquez Ramos (Teacher of the CEIP Luís Vives-Sevilla).
  • (Classroom / Sports Space): "Progressions Didàctiques de Pilota Valenciana". by Jordi Naya (Teacher of Physical Education at IES Serra Mariola de Muro).
  • (1/2 Sports Pavilion): "Emotional development based on motor action" by Irene Pellicer.
  • (Gym 2): "Initiation to Fencing in the school environment" by Dr. Laura Ruiz (UCV).
  • (Gym 1): "Parkour as a modern tool in P.E." by Andrés Barrera.
  • (1/2 Sports Pavilion): "Educational mountain bike" by Juan Ramón Yago.

Friday 25th  January 2019

Location: Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. (La Inmaculada Torrent)

10:00-11:00h: Main Conference:

  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) Discover the Physical Education of the 21st century By Dr. Domingo Blázquez (University of Barcelona, ​​Spain).

11:00-11:30h: Coffee Break

11:30-12:45h: Conference Area 1 (Sports Training) and Area 4 (Management)

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.) Methodology of teaching and training in an elite club. By Andreu Casadevall (Coordinator of the men's area of ​​L'Alquería del Valencia Basketball).
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) Economic sustainability of the Sport non-profit organizations in Germany. By Cristoph Breuer (Germany)

12:45-14:00h: Conference Area 2 (Education) and Area 3 (Health)

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.). Educational Innovation. By Javier Borrás (Spain).
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.). European politics in health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) By Boro Strumbelj (Professor at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).

 

14:00-15:45h: Coffee Break
15:45-16:30h: Oral communications

  • Classroom 004-3005 (prov.) INVITED LECTURE. Movement, obesity and overweight. A simple methodology for a big problem. By Fabian Rivera (Hospital Park, Sports and Health Unit, Santa Cruz de Tenerife).
  • Classroom 0002 (prov.) Oral communications of the thematic sub-areas.
  • Hall floor 0 (prov.) Posters Communications of the thematic sub-areas.

 

16:30-17:45h: Main Conference.

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.). Benefits of systematic observation in sport from mixed methods perspective. By Mª Teresa Anguera (Barcelona, Spain).

17:45-18:00h: Coffee Break
18:00-19.00h: Conference Area 3 (Health) and Area 4 (Management):

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.) The diet in improving the intestinal distress of the athlete. By Juan Fernández López. (Spanish Society of Sports Nutrition, Spain).
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) Keys for loyalty and sustainability in sports centres and gyms. By Jerónimo García (Spain).

Saturday 26th January 2019

Location: Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. (La Inmaculada Torrent)

  • Classroom 0003 (prov.) Oral communications of the thematic sub-areas.
  • Classroom 0002 (prov.) Oral communications of the thematic sub-areas.

9:30-10:30h: Main Conference.

  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.) eSports: The development of electronic sport in the future. By Tao Martinez (UCAM), Mario Motroco Martínez (Movistar Riders) and a eSports player.

10:30-11:00h: Coffee Break

11:00-12:00: Conference Area 1 (Sports Training) and Area 2 (Education).

  • Classroom 4004-4005 (prov.). The unknown of the nervous system in muscle strength. By Miguel Fernández del Olmo (University of  A Coruña)
  • Classroom 3004-3005 (prov.). Project ExpandEF (Proyecto ExpandEF). By Dra. Lucía Esther Quintero González.

Sunday 27th January 2019

8:00-15:30h:
ORGANIZED TRIP, TO DO A MOUNTAIN TRAIL (limited places)
VISIT to CULLA (INTERIOR of CASTELLÓN), hiking route with lunch at the end of the route.
Important to confirm attendance in the registration of the congress (free social act).



Choose languaje

ESVLCEN

Date

24 to 26 January 2019

Address

Campus de Torrent
Sede de La Inmaculada

Dirección: C/ Ramiro de Maeztu, 14.
Torrent, 46900

More information

sportscience.conference@ucv.es