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The Evaluation of the Impact of a Stand-Biased Desk on Energy Expenditure and Physical Activity for Elementary School Students

Posted by Fitterfirst on 9/10/2014 to Research
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, September 10, 2014. ISSN 1660-4601 By: Mark E. Benden, Hongwei Zhao, Christina E. Jeffrey, Monica L. Wendel and Jamilia J. Blake

Torso and Hip Muscle Activity and Resulting Spine Load and Stability While Using the ProFitter 3-D Cross Trainer

Posted by Fitterfirst on 1/1/2009 to Research
Pro Fitter Research - Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 2009, 25, 73-84 @ 2009 Human Kinetics, lnc. University of Waterloo By: Priyanka Banerjee, Stephen H.M Brown, Samuel J. Howarth, and Stuart M. McGill

Study links training conditions to balance gains after stroke

Posted by Jordana Bieze Foster on 3/24/2005 to Research
Performing balance exercises under different sensory conditions can help improve postural stability in post-stroke patients, according to research from Concordia University in Montreal.

Effective ACL Rehabilitation with Fitter

Posted by Cindy Merrick M.S.P.T. and Lisa Lehman, S.P.T. on 1/1/2004 to Research
This article presents a Fitter rehabilitation protocol specifically designed for the patient following ACL reconstruction. This program, based on recent research and clinical experiences, is designed to incorporate techniques for ROM and strength while preserving the stability of the knee joint.


Posted by on 6/1/2002 to Research
Proprioception, the body’s ability to react appropriately to external forces

Balance Problems Found Treatable By Training

Posted by Tribune News Service (USA), Reprinted in China Post (Taiwan), December 1992 on 1/2/2002 to Research
So many people who slowly lose the ability to maintain their balance can reverse much of that decline through a program of exercise and balance training, a study has found.

Pelvic Stability... A Question of Balance.

Posted by on 1/1/2002 to Research
Since developing Fitter seven years ago, I have observed tens of thousands of people using it at consumer and medical conferences around the world. During the past three years I have been surprised to observe that approximately one in five people who step on Fitter have a problem with muscle imbalance in trunk, hip and lower back areas.


Posted by on 1/1/2002 to Research

Proprioceptive movements in your classes and training sessions can enhance your clients' body awareness and movement efficiency.

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