Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby Peacedog on Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:01 am

Middleway,

Wouldn't high definition MRI be preferable? Or is it a cost issue?
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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby middleway on Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:49 pm

Yeh we are limited by the resources of the sport science department. It's a very good facility and I have a good group of volunteers from the student body. I am working with a s&c grad to figure it out but it's not proving to be an easy task. We will see what happens.

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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby Yeung on Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:42 am

middleway wrote:Yeh we are limited by the resources of the sport science department. It's a very good facility and I have a good group of volunteers from the student body. I am working with a s&c grad to figure it out but it's not proving to be an easy task. We will see what happens.

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You should have access to electromyography, mechanomyography, and time and motion equipment to differentiate the lengthening and shortening of muscles to ascertain movements that do not use brut force or concentric muscle contraction.
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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby windwalker on Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:24 pm

middleway wrote:Yeh we are limited by the resources of the sport science department. It's a very good facility and I have a good group of volunteers from the student body. I am working with a s&c grad to figure it out but it's not proving to be an easy task. We will see what happens.

Thanks


would be interested on your thoughts on what is called force coupling.

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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby middleway on Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:42 am

You should have access to electromyography, mechanomyography, and time and motion equipment to differentiate the lengthening and shortening of muscles to ascertain movements that do not use brut force or concentric muscle contraction.


Hi Yeung,
The original idea for the study was to examine the change (if any) in Tissue Density, Composition and Format after a prolonged cycle of connection training rather than the mechanical implications of those methods. But we may need to go down the mechanical route and change the objectives.

would be interested on your thoughts on what is called force coupling.


This would be a process of 'pairing' as i call it. I use this idea quite a bit.

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Re: Fascia with Dr. Ginervra Liptan — Ken Gullette Podcast

Postby Yeung on Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:23 am

Hi Middleway,

Can you verify your input variable or variables?
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