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hip thrust, EMG, electromyography, muscles, glutes, booty, variant, science, sport, training, hypertrophy, mini-band, elastic band

Differences in muscles activity during Hip Thrust variations

by A. Manolova | 12 February 2019

During an exercise, the positioning of the body can have a more or less important impact on muscular recruitment. In Hip Thrust, how does the placement of the feet and the intention of force can alter the muscle activation ?

band, flossing, floss, voodoo, mobility, ankle, elastic, resistance, performance, sport, CrossFit, range of motion, amplitude, dorsiflexion, movement, joint

Effect of band flossing on ankle range of motion

by P. Debraux | 19 June 2018

Working on joint mobility involves a multitude of tools. In recent years, Kelly Starrett has been recommending the use of Floss Bands as a means of targeting connective tissue within the joint. Is it working ? Can we improve ankle mobility by flossing ?

osteopenia, osteoporosis, sport, running, distance, recreational, bone mineral density, physical activity, weight-bearing, science, performance, health, resistance training

Osteopenia and running : Impact of resistance training

by P. Debraux | 5 June 2018

Numerous studies show that despite its repeated impacts, running would seem to be paradoxically a bad choice to strengthen its bone capital, both for women and men. What would be the effect of adding resistance training sessions ?

deadlift, validity, accuracy, science, data, sensor, inertiel, sport, training, push, gymaware, tendo, linear transducer,comparison, test

Deadlift : Validity of different devices to measure the force-velocity relationship

by P. Debraux | 29 May 2018

Inertial sensors are more and more present on the market and in the gyms. For a very low price and a very small size, the manufacturers claim reliable and accurate measurements. What is it really ?

foam roller, foam rolling, self-myofascial release, heart, blood pressure, health, sport, science, nervous system, cardiovascular

Impact of foam rolling on the cardiovascular system

by P. Debraux | 16 May 2018

In recent years, self-myofascial release bring benefits in terms of joint mobility but also in the vascularization of the arteries. But what is their action on the nervous system and cardiac control ?

life, expectancy, healthy, lifestyle, health, sport, physical activity, sedentarity, mortality, morbidity, disease, cardiovascular, obesity, cancer, nutrition, science

Impact of healthy lifestyle factors on life expectancy

by A. Manolova | 11 May 2018

Some chronic diseases such as cardiovascular and metabolic diseases continue to spread across the globe. Yet it is now clear that our lifestyle has a direct impact on our health. However, how does this impact translate into life expectancy ?

squat, kinematics, shoes, weightlifting, strength, fitness, CrossFit, sciences, sport, mobility, ankle, back, trunk

Squat kinematics: What are weightlifting shoes changing ?

by P. Debraux | 3 May 2018

For the squat and its variants, the weightlifting shoes are systematically worn by the competitors. But non-competitors lifters wear all types of shoes. But what is the impact of the shoe on the squat ?

battling rope, children, sport, metabolic, endurance, upper body, performance, cost, science, training, crossfit

The metabolic cost of battling rope training in children

by A. Manolova | 27 April 2018

In recent years, Battling Rope has become a popular training tool for the metabolic work of the upper body. Despite its popularity among adult athletes, what is its metabolic impact on children ?

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