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CURRENT & PROPOSED

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

 

 

A comparison of musculoskeletal changes in response to chronic resistive exercise done with two different forms of non-gravity dependent devices in ambulatory and unloaded subjects.   Findings from this study will be relevant to the health of astronauts in micro gravity environments.

 

Exercise data reproducibility from the instrumentation of inertia-based resistive exercise (YoYo Technologies, Stockholm Sweden; Impulse Training System, Newnan Georgia; Inertial Kinetic

Exercise LLC, Oconomowoc Wisconsin; Exerbotic Corporation, Tulsa Oklahona) devices.

 

 

The effects of inertial exercise on the throwing speed of an adolescent male.  A five month study comparing the relationship of strength gains in internal rotation in the throwing position (measured with the Impulse FMS) to actual throwing velocity.