Researchers from two Japanese universities believe that, when used correctly, esports can improve our cognition and concentration.
Studies confirm the link between rebounding superiority and wins in basketball, but the authors of a new paper recommend more research to compare other factors.
A former member of Japan's winning 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup team and other researchers study ways to facilitate stronger second careers for female athletes.
Research by Kansai University's Dr Takeshi Naruo and others shows how affordable panoramic videos can help teams plan tactics in field sports.
A study at Kyushu Sangyo University looks at what motivates university students to exercise and the impact on their health and mental fitness.
Ambidexterity is important to business success, research shows, meaning finding the balance between exploring new options and exploiting old ones in new ways.
Multiple Object Tracking training, is providing a new option for athletes and sports lovers, and anyone looking to sharpen their performance.
Research at Kumamoto University has found that monitoring heart rate and arterial oxygen saturation is important for safe hypoxic training.
Research by scholars at Kyushu Sangyo University shows that the attention function of both frequent gamers and the elderly improve by playing rhythm games.