New Publication in JEK

Friday, February 1, 2019

JEK journal
The BOHM lab has a new publication! MSc student Tyler Chuang was the first author of "Comparing functional dynamic normalization methods to maximal voluntary isometric contractions for lower limb EMG from walking, cycling and running" published in JEK.

The aim of this study was to compare how the magnitude and repeatability of normalization values differ from three normalization methods and to compare their scaling effect in three moderate intensity activities. It was found that sprint running could be best for EMG normalization when comparing walking, running, and cycling, due to its simplicity and ability to produce a larger normalization value, despite lower repeatability.

Congratulations Tyler!