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Foot Muscle Strength Dynamometer

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 12, 2019.

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    Repeatability and accuracy of a foot muscle strength dynamometer
    AlessandroGarofoliniaSimonTayloraPatrickMcLaughlinaRobertStokesaMichaelKuselbKaren JMicklea
    Medical Engineering & Physics; 9 March 2019
     
  2. scotfoot

    scotfoot Well-Known Member

    I have not seen the full paper for this , only the abstract and a couple of pictures , but it seems to be a progression of the device built by Brigham Young University a few years ago .
    Using the Brigham Young device was shown to significantly improve athletic performance including jumping and sprinting .

    There was a link to a PDF of the Brigham Young device , but this no longer works .
     
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