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Efficacy of Flywheel Inertial Resistance Training in the Architecture and Function of the Hamstring

2019-08-14 18:29:37 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Investigate the efficacy of the inercial Flywheel training protocol in modifying the architecture and function of the hamstrings in patients with a history of structural muscle injury vs conventional training.

The researchers hypothesize that inercial Flywheel training protocol will be a useful strategy in the modification of the architecture and function of the hamstring in patients with a history of indirect structural muscle injury and decrease the recurrence.

Description

Randomized controlled intervention study

Study Design

Conditions

Hamstring Injury

Intervention

Exercises program for hamstring architecture and function

Location

Oulton GyMed, Rehabilitación y Gimnasio de Salud
Cordoba
Córdoba
Argentina
5000

Status

Recruiting

Source

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Results (where available)

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A group of tendons that attach the HAMSTRING MUSCLES proximally to the PELVIS and to the TIBIA and FIBULA at the KNEE JOINT.

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