General information on training with K-Myo

  • Every training program requires a calibration phase to determine maximum and minimum muscle contraction. In some cases, such as small muscles, muscle weakness or excessive body fat, calibration may fail. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t perform your workout. You can skip this step by clicking on “Skip”. It’s important to note that failing calibration may influence the response to small contractions, particularly in rehabilitation games. Please note: the target defined during training configuration is set in relation to the maximum contraction measured during calibration.

To train with the K-Myo, follow these steps:

  1. Go to training list
  2. Apply the K-Myo filter
  3. Choose the exercise related to the muscle you want to train
  4. Choose the type of exercise you want to perform
  5. Choose the target you wish to set, which will be calculated in relation to the maximum voluntary contraction measured during calibration
  6. Click on “Start
  7. Calibration consists of two phases:
    a. A maximum contraction phase: the patient must contract as fast and as hard as possible, and maintain this contraction.
    b. A relaxation phase, in which the patient relaxes the muscle as much as possible.
  8. If the calibration is not validated and you feel that your patient has contracted and relaxed enough, you can continue and start the exercise.

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