The Debate Continues: VMO Isolation
In regards to the nerve supply, the "nerves" often proclaimed as supplying the VMO or VML have been shown to be partitions of the femoral nerve to supply distal motor units, sensory nerves of the saphenous nerve, or nerve supply for the knee capsule. Additionally, let's take a look at the claimed function of the VMO: medial patellar tracking. No one has ever been able to demonstrate isolated medial patellar tracking. Many of the studies cited in this article are outdated. We are not disagreeing with the fact that different parts of the muscle have different proportions of fiber types, but we cannot come to the same conclusion of the significance of these findings. What are your thoughts on this recent article?
11/23/2022 08:24:29 am
The study, which was conducted by Dr. Jeffery Woodbury from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, found that athletes who performed high-intensity training were more likely to develop injuries in their lower extremities. However, this does not mean that people who exercise are more likely to get injured than those who don't.
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