Science and Technology
As a pioneer in using accelerometers to capture biomechanics from athletes in the field, Myotest brings a deep understanding and years of experience in motion analysis and interpretation to the digital market.
Many patents were filled during our time working with professional athletes and coaches. The technology has been used over the last decade in many research projects, validations and studies for a variety of sport and medical applications.
The lab on your wrist
Today, wearables and smartphones are everywhere, and the data they capture is invaluable to improving your health and athletic performance.
Health begins with understanding
Understanding your biometrics is the first step to maintaining your health and reducing your risk of injury. We have built experience through years working with coaches training professional athletes and helping companies to make improvements that protect their employee's health.
"Running Power: Comparison of Myotest Solution with Commercially Available Products"
This white paper aims at comparing Myotest’s location-agnostic software solution to calculate Running Power with three commercially available solutions: Garmin with a pod on a waist belt, Polar watch on the wrist and Stryd with a pod on the shoe.
"VO2 Max Computed from Wearable Devices using only GPS and Accelerometer data"
This white paper describes a study assessing the accuracy of the Myotest software solution to estimate VO2 Max against a Gold Standard. Myotest solution uses GPS and accelerometer sensors only and does not require a heart rate sensor.
"Running Biomechanics Measured on Wearable Devices"
This white paper describes Myotest software solution designed to measure Running Biomechanics on wearable devices and a user study assessing the reliability of these parameters compared to Gold Standard.
Effects of Plyometric Training Using a Portable Self-Coaching System on Running Performance and Biomechanical Variables in Jump Exercises
Hasegawa Yamauchi et al, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Validity and reliability of the Myotest accelerometric system for the assessment of vertical jump height
Nicola Casartelli et al, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
The reliability of three devices used for measuring vertical jump height
James Nuzzo et al, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Validity of the Myotest® in measuring force and power production in the squat and bench press
Brett Comstock et al, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Vincent Gouttebarge et al, Journal of Human Kinetics
Reliability and validity of an accelerometric system for assessing vertical jumping performance
Mohamed Choukou et al, Biology of Sport
Reliability and validity of two measurement systems in the quantification of jump performance
Marlene Mauch et al, Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Sportmedizin und Sporttraumatologie
Reliability and validity of the Myotest® for measuring running stride kinematics
Cyrille Gindre et al, Journal of Sports Sciences
Reliability of Myotest® tested by a countermovement jump
Saša Bubanj et al, The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Carlo Castagna et al, The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research