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News, events, and helpful information surrounding MuscleSound technology.

Muscle Asymmetry

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MuscleSound can measure Muscle Fuel Symmetry between corresponding right and left muscles of the upper or lower body. To learn more about Muscle Fuel Symmetry, click here. Background: This individual was first scanned in January of 2016. This was his second session with MuscleSound (his first session measured left and right Gastrocnemius/Soleus (GS) only). During this session, a significant … Continued

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MuscleSound Assessments Are Here

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MuscleSound is excited to announce our new assessments – focused evaluations guided by our users’ wants and needs. Our technology offers two main sources for our measurements: Muscle Fuel and Body Composition. However, we now have the mechanisms to properly use these measurements through our assessments. We can help the end user know exactly what … Continued

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MuscleSound Assessment – Body Composition

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MuscleSound is excited to announce our Body Composition assessment – a mechanism to properly use our Body Compositon measurement. We can now help the end user know exactly what they are looking for and when a change has happened. Fitness is not just ‘scale weight’ and our tool allows the user to track REAL progress. Understanding … Continued

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MuscleSound in the MLB – Depletion and Recovery

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MuscleSound worked with an MLB player over the course of two games to review his muscle depletion and recovery. Background: The player was tired from both an extra-innings game the previous night and travel. MuscleSound Intervention: As this analysis was close to game start we advise extra calories pre-game (shake), in-game snacks and also stress … Continued

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MuscleSound and Track Cycling – Understanding Muscle Energy Status (MES)

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Understanding Muscle Energy Status (MES) MES: A combined value made up of Estimated Fuel Level and Muscle Fuel Rating. A fully fueled and well-rated muscle is at a high (green) Muscle Energy Status, and is then at optimal readiness for performance. The above MES reading of red 38 highlights depleted muscles. The above trend chart features … Continued

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What is Body Composition?

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The body is composed of water, protein, minerals, and fat. A two-component model of body composition divides the body into a fat component and fat-free component. Body fat is the most variable constituent of the body. The total amount of body fat consists of essential fat and storage fat. Essential Fat is necessary for normal … Continued

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When To Measure Muscle Fuel

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MuscleSound assesses ‘Muscle Energy Status’ (MES) – a source of muscle energy production that is composed of muscle glycogen and associated muscle fluid. Research has shown that there are best practices and guidelines as to WHEN to measure Muscle Fuel to get the best, most accurate results. Optimal Times to use MuscleSound MuscleSound can be … Continued

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MuscleSound In The MLB – Rehab and Interventions After Knee Surgery

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An MLB team began using MuscleSound® to evaluate and monitor their players’ Muscle Fuel levels. The following outlines how the training staff has incorporated MuscleSound into their everyday routine in order to improve performance and ensure healthy return-to-play strategies including after knee surgery. Background: During the 2013 season, this player showed a downward slide of Muscle Fuel. The low … Continued

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