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Literature for the application area muscle and bone

Our literature database currently includes 1886 entries.
Areas of applications of this collection are:

  • Vibration training especially with the side-alternating technique of the Galileo Training devices and Galileo Therapy devices
  • Motion analysis with Leonardo Mechanograph
  • Muscle bone relationship
  • pQCT bone & muscle densitometry & geometry

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Research Studies (2021)

Effects of different vibration frequencies on muscle strength, bone turnover and walking endurance in chronic stroke.

This randomized controlled trial aimed to evaluate the effects of different whole body vibration (WBV) frequencies on concentric and eccentric leg muscle strength, bone turnover and walking endurance after stro weiter...

Author: Yang Z, Miller T, Xiang Z, Pang MYC
Source: Sci Rep, 2021; 11(1): 121, PMID: 33420277
GID: 5263; Last update: 11.01.2021

Research Studies (2020)

The effects of resistance training with or without peanut protein supplementation on skeletal muscle and strength adaptations in older individuals.

Several studies suggest resistance training (RT) while supplementing with various protein supplements can enhance strength and muscle mass in older individuals. However, to date, no study has examined the effec weiter...

Author: Lamb DA, Moore JH, Smith MA, Vann CG, Osburn SC, Ruple BA, Fox CD, Smith KS, Altonji OM, Power ZM, Cerovsky AE, Ross CO, Cao AT, Goodlett MD, Huggins KW, Fruge AD, Young KC, Roberts MD
Source: J Int Soc Sports Nutr, 2020; 17(1): 66, PMID: 33317565
GID: 5268; Last update: 11.01.2021

Research Studies (2020)

Ambulanter Lungensport und körperliches Training bei Patienten mit Atemwegs- und Lungenkrankheiten

DE: Um der zu selten genutzten Behandlungsoption „Bewegungstherapie“ bei Patienten mit chronischen Lungenkrankheiten eine bessere Nutzung und eine größere Verbreitung zu ermöglichen, wurden von einer Exp weiter...

Author: Worth H, Bock R, Frisch M, Göhl O, Grünig E, Glöckl R, Limbach M, Schultz K, Spielmanns M, Taube K, Teschler S, Watz H
Source: Pneumologie, 2020; DOI: 10.1055/a-1310-2400: , PMID: 5258.pdf
Keywords: Ganzkörpervibration, Galileo Studien
GID: 5258; Last update: 31.12.2020
More information: Original Article

Scientific Publications (2020)

Towards reporting guidelines of research using whole-body vibration as training or treatment regimen in human subjects-A Delphi consensus study.

BACKGROUND: Whole-body vibration (WBV) is a method utilizing vibrating platforms to expose individuals to mechanical vibration. In its various applications, it has been linked to improved muscular, skeletal, m weiter...

Author: Wuestefeld A, Fuermaier ABM, Bernardo-Filho M, da Cunha de Sa-Caputo D, Rittweger J, Schoenau E, Stark C, Marin PJ, Seixas A, Judex S, Taiar R, Nyakas C, van der Zee EA, van Heuvelen MJG, Tucha O
Source: PLoS One, 2020; 15(7): e0235905, PMID: 32697809
Keywords: Reporting Guidelines
GID: 5252; Last update: 13.12.2020
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2020)

Effects of whole-body vibrations on neuromuscular fatigue: a study with sets of different durations.

Background: Whole body vibrations have been used as an exercise modality or as a tool to study neuromuscular integration. There is increasing evidence that longer WBV exposures (up to 10 minutes) induce an acu weiter...

Author: Kalc M, Ritzmann R, Strojnik V
Source: PeerJ, 2020; 8(): e10388, PMID: 33282559
GID: 5246; Last update: 08.12.2020

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