Sprint Biomechanics Notes

Those are sensory nerves, not motor unit nerves. I don’t think the fascia develops tension though direct neural activation.

Your post does raise some interesting questions in regards to acupuncture therapy & fascia release.

yes, sensory- hence the idea of indirect effect. I asked the formost expert on fascial accupuncture about it because I noticed favourable responses from practitioners who I’m certain didn’t have remotely the skill level he had, indicating a response from induced changes in charge potential. He agreed.

i was wondering the effects of acupuncture, apparently maurice greene used the therapy as well. I never tried it but there is mixed results from what i heard about it.

It will always depend on who’s doing it and why.

might as well head to chinatown.