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Galileo Training Exercise EW18

12. June 2024

Exercise EW18: Balance Two-legged standing

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW18 - Goal: Training of balance and perception
Galileo Training Exercise EW17

30. May 2024

Exercise EW17: Kneeling push-ups

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW17 - Goal: Strengthening arms and chest
Galileo Training Exercise EW16

23. May 2024

Exercise EW16: Hamstrings Training (hard)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW16 - Goal: Muscle Volume/Power Hamstrings, Glutes, Abs
Galileo Training Exercise EW15

16. May 2024

Exercise EW15: Hamstrings Training (medium)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW15 - Goal: Muscle Volume/Power Hamstrings, Glutes, Abs
Galileo Training Exercise EW14

9. May 2024

Exercise EW14: Hamstrings stretching

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW14 - Goal: Stretching of anterior muscle chain / Hamstrings
Galileo Training Exercise EW13

2. May 2024

Exercise EW13: Hamstrings Training (easy)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW13 - Goal: Muscle Volume/Power Hamstrings, Glutes, Abs
Galileo Training Exercise EW12

25. April 2024

Exercise EW12: Shoulder relaxation (sitting)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW12 - Goal: Relaxation of shoulder and neck
SCT-Kombinationstherapien

22. April 2024

SCT Combination

Great event by the #Sportaerztezeitung and #RobertErbeldinger. Combination therapies are gaining in conservative and regenerative Therapy is becoming more and more important and is strengthening the importance of therapy Sports medicine in society - exploiting regenerative potential. Of course, #GalileoTraining should not be missing here.
Galileo Training Exercise EW11

18. April 2024

Exercise EW11: Dips (hard)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW11 - Goal: Strengthening of Triceps, shoulder back, upper back
Galileo Training Exercise EW10

10. April 2024

Exercise EW10: Dips (easy)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW10 - Goal: Strengthening of Triceps, shoulder back, upper back
Galileo Training Exercise EW9

4. April 2024

Exercise EW9: calf training one-legged

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW9 - Goal: Strengthening of the calf muscle – for advanced users
Galileo Training Exercise EW8

28. March 2024

Exercise EW8: calf training two-legged

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW8 - Goal: Strengthening of the calf muscle – for beginners

21. March 2024

World Down Syndrome Day

People with Down syndrome often have orthopedic, cardiovascular, respiratory, and musculoskeletal impairments.
Galileo Training Exercise EW7

20. March 2024

Exercise EW7: Stretching Back in rotation (hard)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW7 - Goal: Relaxation & stretching of back muscles – for advanced users
Galileo Training Exercise EW6

14. March 2024

Exercise EW6: Calf stretching lunges

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW6 - Goal: Calf Stretching
Galileo Training Exercise EW5

7. March 2024

Exercise EW5: Lower back relaxation

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW5 - Goal: Relaxation of lower back
Galileo Training Exercise EW4

29. February 2024

Exercise EW4: Calf stretching

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW4 - Goal: Stretching of calf muscles in standing
Galileo Training Exercise EW3

21. February 2024

Exercise EW3: Stretching back in rotation (easy)

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW3 - Goal: Relaxation & stretching of back muscles for beginners
Galileo Training Exercise EW2

11. February 2024

Exercise EW2: Adductors stretching

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW2 - Goal: Exercise to prevent shortening/tension of inside muscles of the thigh
Galileo Training Exercise EW1

8. February 2024

Exercise EW1: Hip flexors stretching

Galileo Training Exercise Video EW1 - Goal: Stretching of hip flexor, relax muscles of lower back

27. January 2024

New Webpages 2024

Galileo Research Facts No. 173: Can Galileo Training increase Oxygen uptake compared to traditional exercises?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 173: Can Galileo Training increase Oxygen uptake compared to traditional exercises?

This study investigated the effects of squats and heel raises with extra loads on muscle function and cross-section with and without Galileo Training at 40Hz (20-40Hz, pos. 3-4, loads 80% 1RM (80kg), 3x8 squats (4 sec.), 3x12 heel raises, 6 weeks, 16 Sessions). The Galileo group showed with 5-12% lower additional training mass a significantly higher oxygen uptake (+15%) and therefore a higher training efficiency...
Galileo Research Facts No. 167: Are Joint Torques during Galileo Training Dependent on Frequency and Amplitude?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 167: Are Joint Torques during Galileo Training Dependent on Frequency and Amplitude?

This study investigates the effects of Frequency and Amplitude during Galileo Training on joint torques (10, 20, 30Hz, pos.1, pos.2, pos.3, upright standing with straight legs). Joint torque showed an significant increase with increasing frequency and amplitude of up to 250% - nevertheless joint torques stayed below those of natural walking...
Galileo Research Facts No. 164: Can static exercises with Galileo Training be more effective than dynamic exercises?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 164: Can static exercises with Galileo Training be more effective than dynamic exercises?

This study documented the effects of Galileo Training in combination with squats on the heart rate. Dynamic as well as static squats with and without Galileo were tested (26Hz, Pos. 3). The Galileo groups showed significantly higher effects on the heart rate compared to the control group with +42% and +47%. The static squats was 13% more effective than the dynamic exercises...
Galileo Research Facts No. 162: Can Galileo Training improve movement efficiency?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 162: Can Galileo Training improve movement efficiency?

This study investigated short-term effects of Galileo Training on movement efficiency (30Hz, Pos. 2, 1 min., 10% knee angle, fore-foot stance, 2x8 repetitions). The maximum ankle torque and muscle activation (EMG) was tested. After the Galileo application the torque was constant but muscle activation as well as co-contraction was decreased and hence movement efficiency was increased significantly...
Galileo Research Facts No. 160: Does Galileo Training induce larger forces than in walking?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 160: Does Galileo Training induce larger forces than in walking?

This study measured the ground reaction forces during Galileo Training (forces induced into the body) (10 - 30Hz, Pos.1 - Pos.3, upright standing, locked knees). Ground reaction forces showed values below body weight (<1g) while typical peak forces during walking are in the range of 1.2 times body weight – this shows once more the high safety aspects of Galileo Training...
Galileo Research Facts No. 158: Is Galileo Training more effective to activate Postural Control than Balance Training?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 158: Is Galileo Training more effective to activate Postural Control than Balance Training?

This Study observed short-term effects of Galileo Training on Postural Control compared to traditional balance training (25Hz, pos. 2, 2 min., almost straight leg, on forefoot). The Galileo group showed better results than the Wobble-Board group. The combination of reduction of co-contraction (-18%) and of H-Reflexes (-31%) resulted in an significant improvement of Postural Control (covered balance area -8%)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 151: Can Galileo Training make squats more efficient and more effective?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 151: Can Galileo Training make squats more efficient and more effective?

This study reported the short-term effects of Galileo Training on muscle activation and exhaustion (26Hz, 90° dynamic squats, Pos. 6, 40% body weight extra load, subjective exhaustion). The control group received identical exercises without Galileo. The Galileo groups showed higher training effects (increase lactate +205% instead of +160%) in significantly shorter time (349s instead of 515s) plus increased muscle activation...
Galileo Research Facts No. 149: Can Galileo Training significantly increase force and force development?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 149: Can Galileo Training significantly increase force and force development?

This study investigated the short-term effect of Galileo Training on force and force development (26Hz, 40° squat, Pos. 3, 5Min). The control group received identical exercises without Galileo or cycling ergometer (70W). Force and force development during electrostimulation was measured. While both control groups reduced the parameters 5 minutes of Galileo Training could increase force and force development significantly...
Galileo Research Facts No. 147: Can Galileo Training compensate the effects of bedrest on the Bone Marrow Fat-Fraction?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 147: Can Galileo Training compensate the effects of bedrest on the Bone Marrow Fat-Fraction?

In the 2nd Berlin Bedrest Study (BBR2) the effects of Galileo Training against the expected bone loss was tested (55 days, 24Hz, 6x1 min. exhaustive, 3/week). The control groups receive no training or identical training with-out vibration (RE). Compared to both control groups, the Galileo group showed a decrease in vertebra bone marrow fat fraction and in increase in number of red blood cells - both are related to increased endurance...
Galileo Research Facts No. 146: Can exercises with extra loads and with Galileo Training at 40Hz be more effective than without?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 146: Can exercises with extra loads and with Galileo Training at 40Hz be more effective than without?

This study investigated the effects of squats and heel raises with extra loads on muscle function and cross-section with and without Galileo Training at 40Hz (20-40Hz, pos. 3-4, loads 80% 1RM (80kg), 3x8 squats (4 sec.), 3x12 heel raises, 6 weeks, 16 Sessions). The Galileo Group showed higher training effects with increases of isometric torque (up to +4%) and the speed indicator reactive ground contact time (-8%, Drop Jump)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 145: Can Galileo Training compensate negative vascular effects of bedrest?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 145: Can Galileo Training compensate negative vascular effects of bedrest?

In the 2nd Berlin Bedrest Study (BBR2) the effects of Galileo Training against the expected bone loss was tested (55 days, 24Hz, 6x1 min. exhaustive, 3/week). The control groups receive no training or identical training with-out vibration (RE). While the control groups showed significant decrease in vascular parameters like dilator capacity or vascular diameter, the Galileo Group could even improve some of them (Vascular Stiffness)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 143: Can Galileo Training over a period of 12 weeks increase bone density at the spine?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 143: Can Galileo Training over a period of 12 weeks increase bone density at the spine?

This study investigated the effects of 12 weeks of Galileo Training on bone formation markers and bone density of the spine in physical active students (age 18-23) (15-26Hz, 5-15 min., pos.2, 3/week, 12 weeks). The control group did not receive any additional exercises. While the control group decreased bone density at the spine of by up to 1.7%, the Galileo group could increase the bone density at the spine by up to 2.7%...
Galileo Research Facts No. 141: Can Galileo Training be more effective and more efficient than traditional stretching?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 141: Can Galileo Training be more effective and more efficient than traditional stretching?

This study documented the immediate effects of Galileo Training one force development, torque and range of motion (ROM) (26Hz, 5x60s, stretching of ankle). The control group performed identical exercises without Galileo Mechanostimulation. The Galileo group showed increase stretching effects (+38%) and a significant increase in torque (Platarflexion) by +18%, and an increased force development at lower ankle angles (-7°)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 139: Can Galileo Training be more effective to prevent bone-loss than strength training?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 139: Can Galileo Training be more effective to prevent bone-loss than strength training?

This study investigated the short-term effects of Galileo Training vs. strength training on bone resorption markers (XTC). The control group received intensive strength training (6 exercises, 2*10 repetitions, 80% 1RM) the Galileo group received Galileo only (20Hz, 5 * 1 min., pos. 2, 30° squats). The Galileo group showed a significant reduction in bone resorption markers (CTX) by up to 21% (factor 3 compared to control)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 137: Can Galileo Training be more effective and efficient for warm-up than ergometer training?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 137: Can Galileo Training be more effective and efficient for warm-up than ergometer training?

This study investigated the warm-up effects of Galileo Training on muscle temperature, power and the training duration. Passive warm-up in a water bath (legs at 41°C), standard ergometer training (10 min., 70W) and Galileo Training (26Hz, Pos.3,10°-90° 6s slow dynamic squats, 5min.) where compared. The results showed that Galileo Training had higher effects on muscle power (ergometer) in a shorter time (52% of ergometer)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 135: Can exercises with extra loads and with Galileo Training at 40Hz be more effective than without?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 135: Can exercises with extra loads and with Galileo Training at 40Hz be more effective than without?

This study investigated the effects of squats and heel raises with extra loads on muscle function and cross-section with and without Galileo Training at 40Hz (20-40Hz, pos. 3-4, loads 80% 1RM (80kg), 3x8 squats (4 sec.), 3x12 heel raises, 6 weeks, 16 Sessions). The Galileo Group showed higher training effects with increases of muscle cross-section (up to +7%) and the speed indicator reactive ground contact time (-8%, Drop Jump)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 133: Can Galileo Training increase muscle tissue oxygenation more effectively than squatting?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 133: Can Galileo Training increase muscle tissue oxygenation more effectively than squatting?

This study investigated the immediate effects of Galileo Training on muscle tissue oxygenation and blood per-fusion (25Hz, 3 min., pos.2-3, 30° squats). The control group received squats (3 min, 12/min.) with additional weights matched to the VO2 values of the Galileo group. The Galileo group showed significantly higher muscle oxygenation of up to 2.4 times (+140%) starting right after the beginning and lasting longer than the exercise...
Galileo Research Facts No. 131: Can Galileo Training cause a sustainable improvement of torque at the knee?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 131: Can Galileo Training cause a sustainable improvement of torque at the knee?

This study documented the effects of Galileo Training and concentric, eccentric and isometric knee torque in physical active young women (25Hz, pos.3, 2*5 min., 10° flexed legs, 5/week, 3 weeks). The control group continued their usual weekly training. The Galileo group received Galileo Training only. The Galileo group showed an improvement of knee torque by up to 16%. This effects was sustained even after 3 weeks (+7%)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 129: Can squats with Galileo Training be more effective for warm-up than without Galileo?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 129: Can squats with Galileo Training be more effective for warm-up than without Galileo?

This study documented the effects of Galileo Training in combination with squats on muscle temperature. Dynamic as well as static squats with and without Galileo were tested (26Hz, Pos. 3). The Galileo groups showed significant higher warming-up effects concerning muscle temperature with increases compared to the control group with +43% and +87%, showing that Galileo Training can be very effectively used for warm-up...
Galileo Research Facts No. 127: Can Galileo Training during 55 days bedrest improve long-term bone mass at the spine?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 127: Can Galileo Training during 55 days bedrest improve long-term bone mass at the spine?

In the 2nd Berlin Bedrest Study (BBR2) the effects of Galileo Training against the expected bone loss was tested (55 days, 24Hz, 6x1 min. exhaustive, 3/week). The control groups receive no training or identical training with-out vibration (RE). Galileo showed compared to the control groups increased trabecular bone density at the spine (L1-L3) even 2 years after the active bedrest phase with maximum improvements of up to +12%...
Galileo Research Facts No. 123: Can Galileo Training during squats increase muscle activation with each repetition?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 123: Can Galileo Training during squats increase muscle activation with each repetition?

This study investigates the effects of exhaustive squats with and without Galileo Training on muscle activation (EMG) (5*10 Sets deep squats, with & without Galileo Training, 22Hz, pos. 4, extra weight: 10RM = 60% Body mass). Compared to the control group without vibration the Galileo Group could almost triple muscle activation (+196%) during eight repetitions...
Galileo Research Facts No. 121: Can Galileo Training increase muscle function and balance at the same time?

18. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 121: Can Galileo Training increase muscle function and balance at the same time?

This study investigated the effects of Galileo Training on muscle function an balance in women age 52 to 60 (15-25Hz, 6 exercises, extra loads up to 30% body weight, pos.1-3, 35 min., 3/week, 12 weeks). The conventional group received identical exercises without vibration. The Galileo group showed identical results on muscle function but significantly higher results on all tested balance test with improvements o up to 61%...
Galileo Research Facts No. 119: Can squats with Galileo Training be more intense than squats without?

17. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 119: Can squats with Galileo Training be more intense than squats without?

This study investigates the effects of exhaustive squats with and without Galileo Training on blood Lactate levels (5*10 Sets deep squats, with & without Galileo Training, 22Hz, pos. 4, extra weight: 10 repetition maximum = 60% Body mass). Compared to the control group without vibration the Galileo Group could double training intensity (+100%) measured by blood lactate values...
Galileo Research Facts No. 117: Can posture variation during Galileo Training decrease vibration transmission to the head?

17. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 117: Can posture variation during Galileo Training decrease vibration transmission to the head?

This study documented the influence of posture during Galileo Training on the transmission of vibration to the head (25Hz, Pos. 3). The transmission of vibrations to the head was measured at 5 different postures (#1: upright, #2: 20° flexed legs,… #5: 20° flexed legs + special shoulder and neck position). The results show that posture and especially flexed legs can decrease vibration transmission by up to 65%...
Galileo Research Facts No. 115: Can Galileo Training improve trunk flexibility and torque (force) of the knee?

17. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 115: Can Galileo Training improve trunk flexibility and torque (force) of the knee?

This study documented the effects of Galileo Training on flexibility and concentric knee torque in physical active young women (25Hz, pos.3, 2*5 min., 10° flexed legs, 5/week, 3 weeks). The control group continued their weekly training. The Galileo group received Galileo Training only and no other training. The Galileo group could improve concentric knee torque by up to 8% and flexibility (Sit & Reach Test) by 13%...
Galileo Research Facts No. 113: Can Galileo Training be effective to increase muscle power older people?

17. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 113: Can Galileo Training be effective to increase muscle power older people?

This study investigated the effects of Galileo Training on muscle power in older community-dwelling adults ager 61 to 77 (15-25Hz, pos. 1, 70° knee-angle, 5*1min., 3/week, 6 weeks, increasing intensity). The control group did not perform any additional training. The Galileo group improved muscle power significantly, measured by the Timed Up & Go Test, (+12%) and using the Sit to Stand Test (+20%)...
Galileo Research Facts No. 111 Does muscle activation during Galileo Training increase with amplitude?

17. September 2023

Galileo Research Facts No. 111 Does muscle activation during Galileo Training increase with amplitude?

This study tested muscle activation (EMG) of different muscles of the leg at different amplitudes and frequen-cies (5..30Hz) (pos. 2.5 vs. pos. 5, slightly flexed legs). It showed that higher amplitudes (pos. 5) can increase muscle activation by up to 2.75 times compared to low amplitudes (pos. 2.5). Therefore the amplitude is an easy way to adjust the intensity of Galileo Training. (On Galileo the position is equivalent to amplitude in mm)...

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