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Additional file 1: of Self-Myofascial Vibro-Shearing: a Randomized Controlled Trial of Biomechanical and Related Changes in Male Breakdancers

By Christopher-Marc Gordon (5009495), Sophie Lindner (5009489), Niels Birbaumer (36361), Pedro Montoya (610277), Rachel Ankney (5009492) and Frank Andrasik (5009486)

Abstract

Relationship of the displacement oscillation (S) and oscillation velocity (V) in relation to the oscillation acceleration (a). After the single mechanical impulse is delivered and quick-released under constant precompression, the tissue being measured responds immediately in the form of a damped oscillation, causing the co-oscillation of: a) a tissue being measured, b) the pre-compressed subcutaneous tissue layers above the tissue (i.e., superficial skeletal muscle), c) the testing-end, d) measurement mechanism, and e) accelerometer attached to the measurement mechanism. Damped oscillation of a soft biological tissue is registered in the form of an acceleration graph (a). (DOCX 133 kb

Topics: Biophysics, Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Physiology, Space Science, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Physical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Information Systems not elsewhere classified, Tool-assisted self-myofascial release, Fascia-ReleaZerÂŽ, Tissue stiffness, Tissue elasticity, Range of motion, Pain pressure threshold, Breakdancer, IASTM
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.6084/m9.figshare.6031658.v1
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/6031658
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