• Assessing the level of voluntary activation, neuromuscular fatigue, defining muscle types and measurement of muscle symmetries. 

  • Non-invasive methods with a combination of electromyography, electro-stimulation and bi-lateral dynamometers.

  • Results interpretation with clear guidelines to minimise any neuromuscular deficits. 

From science to practice



Symmetric body posture and muscle strength are a prerequisite for safe and effective movement. Lack of muscle symmetries can be reflected in a reduced sport performance and an increased risk for an injury occurrence. Using bi-lateral dynamometers and force plates we can objectively measure the level of muscle symmetries of numerous functional groups. 




On average, a human organism can only activate a certain percentage of the neuromuscular potential. With adequate and appropriate training, we can increase this potential. Using a non-invasive method of electro-stimulation and muscle strength measurement, we can objectively determine the level of neuromuscular activation. This information can then serve as a tool to improve this important aspect of sports performance.




Athletes in certain sports seek methods to prolong the time to exertion. One of the factors affecting this time can also be neuromuscular fatigue. With measurement prior to and after the training we can determine changes in neuromuscular excitation, which has direct links to neuromuscular fatigue. This can be useful in either situational and dynamical set-ups (e.g. cycling) or more locally in static conditions (maintaining a set force over time).



Report and interpretation

Diagnostics are performed by our experts who acknowledge quality and proper interpretation of the results. Results are always presented with clear practical interpretation. Should a client require, we also provide future directions for training to address any diagnosed deficits.