MC Sensor—A Novel Method for Measurement of Muscle Tension:
In-Vivo Measurement of Muscle Tension: Dynamic Properties of the MC Sensor during Isometric Muscle Contraction:
A Novel Approach to Measuring Muscle Mechanics in Vehicle Collision Conditions:
Mechanomyography and Torque during FES-Evoked Muscle Contractions to Fatigue in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury:
Evaluation of mechanical properties of knee extensor and patellar tendon during squatting by muscle contraction sensor method:
Evaluation of isokinetic muscle performance using a novel mechanomyogram sensor:
We are proud to announce 23 scientific publications in 2017! Congratulations to all the authors and co-authors! We never had so many publications published in a year.
We believe Tensiomyography is assessment tool to use if you are aiming for good scientific impact. In order to gain scientific impact your publication needs to reach good relationship between innovation and acceptance and Tensiomyography is offering exactly this. 100 TMG publications are a guaranty for acceptance but on the other side 100 TMG publications is still a low figure and you have huge amount of space to me innovative.
We are entering 2018 with high expectations that this number of annual publications will be exceeded once again.
We have reached the first milestone in our collaboration with Wolters Kluwer, new web page for
Advances in Skeletal Muscle Function Assessment, a publication of International Society of Tensiomyography. Of course this is just a start!
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We are proud to announce our Asian tour which will take place from 23th January 2018 – 9th February 2018. Organisations interested in Tensiomyography will be visited and workshops will be organised.
Japan: 23th January 2018 – 27th January 2018
Korea: 29th January 2018 – 2nd February 2018
Australia: 5th February 2018 – 9th February 2018
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Alexander Franz from University Hospital Duesseldorf and his colleagues published an article “Ischemic Preconditioning Blunts Muscle Damage Responses Induced by Eccentric Exercise” in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise journal published by American College of Sports Medicine.
Tensiomyography has proven once more to be sensitive enough to ne used in similar studies.
Full article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28832392
Jorge López-Fernández from University of Castilla-La Mancha and his colleagues published an article “Neuromuscular responses and physiological patterns during a soccer simulation protocol. Artificial turf versus natural grass”
They concluded playing on artificial turf should cause similar neuromuscular responses to natural grass.
This is another new possible application for Tensiomyography
Full article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28944649
Loturco Irineu from Nucleus of High Performance is Sport Sao Paolo and his colleagues published the article “Predictive Factors Of Elite Sprint Performance: Influences Of Muscle Mechanical Properties
And Functional Parameters” in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research.
In conclusion, it was found that faster athletes performed better in strength-power tests, in both loaded and unloaded conditions, as confirmed by the strong correlations observed between speed and power measures. Lastly, the Vc also showed a marked selective influence on 26 sprint and power
capacities. These findings reinforce the notion that maximum running speed is a very complex physical capacity, which should be assessed and trained using several methods and training strategies.
Full article: https://journals.lww.com/nsca-jscr/Abstract/publishahead/Predictive_Factors_Of_Elite_Sprint_Performance__.95800.aspx
Bostjan Simunic from Institute for Kinesiology Research Koper and his colleagues published a study “Tensiomyographic assessment of muscle contractile properties in 9 to 14 year old children” in Training & Testing journal.
“When applying the relationship between proportion of MHC-I and Tc established in adults to children’s TMG data, we found a slow-to-fast transition in the VL between, at least, the ages of 6 to 10 years, when it stabilized to adult proportions. Regular participation in sports was associated with a faster BF, but not in the VL. Our data represents a first non-invasive indication of the developmental changes in muscle fiber type composition in children.”
Another strong application for Tensiomyography is monitoring of child development.
Full article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28704886
Martín-Rodríguez from College of Graduates in Physical Education of the Canary Islands and his colegues published “Reliability and Measurement Error of Tensiomyography to Assess Mechanical Muscle Function: A Systematic Review” in Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
The conclusion tells it all:
“In conclusion, this study indicates that 3 of the TMG parameters (Dm, Td, and Tc) are highly reliable, whereas ½ Tr demonstrate insufficient reliability, and thus should not be used in future studies”
Full article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28930871