Electromyography Science for Performance and Rehabilitation




October 6, 2017

Electromyography Science for Performance and Rehabilitation – SimpliFaster

The ability to understand EMG research and apply the science is invaluable when making decisions on exercise selection and other choices in training and rehabilitation. This guide includes instructions on performing your own EMG experiments, as well as determining when you need additional instrumentation or expertise to analyze the collected data.

The training-injury prevention paradox: should athletes be training smarter and harder?

Background There is dogma that higher training load causes higher injury rates. However, there is also evidence that training has a protective effect against injury. For example, team sport athletes who performed more than 18 weeks of training before sustaining their initial injuries were at reduced risk of sustaining a subsequent injury, while high chronic workloads have been shown to decrease the risk of injury.

How to Prevent Overtraining or Poor Recovery in Athletes – SimpliFaster

All athletes, from professionals to weekend warriors, undertake training loads to improve their body’s ability to achieve a personal goal. However, if they don’t manage the workload levels, it can cause overtraining and/or poor regeneration. This article looks at ways to prevent overtraining and poor athletic recovery.

Smart Sports and Fitness Wearables Market to Hit $14.9 Billion by 2021

The fitness wearables market growth is driven by professional athletes, teams and consumers wishing to gain performance advantage according to the latest research report titled Smart Wearables, Sport and Fitness Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2015 to 2021.

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