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  • A bio-inspired self-propelling endoscopic device for inspecting the large intestine. [Journal Article]
    Bioinspir Biomim 2019Chen Z, Liu J, … Zuo S
  • This article presents an inchworm-inspired, pneumatic, endoscopic device intended to navigate inside a colon. The device consists of a propulsion segment with two linear balloons and two gripper segments with four twisted balloons. The three segments can be sequentially actuated by pressurized air, which achieves a propulsive motion like an inchworm. Experimental results of the pneumatic characte…
  • Similar Muscular Adaptations in Resistance Training Performed Two Versus Three Days Per Week. [Journal Article]
    J Hum Kinet 2019; 68:135-143Lasevicius T, Schoenfeld BJ, … Tricoli V
  • The purpose of the present study was to compare changes in muscle strength and hypertrophy between volume-equated resistance training (RT) performed 2 versus 3 times per week in trained men. Thirty-six resistance-trained men were randomly assigned to one of the two experimental groups: a split-body training routine (SPLIT) with muscle groups trained twice per week (n = 18) over four weekly sessio…
  • Contributions of Limb Joints to Energy Absorption during Landing in Cats. [Journal Article]
    Appl Bionics Biomech 2019; 2019:3815612Wu X, Pei B, … Wang W
  • There is a high risk of serious injury to the lower limbs in a human drop landing. However, cats are able to jump from the same heights without any sign of injury, which is attributed to the excellent performance of their limbs in attenuating the impact forces. The bionic study of the falling cat landing may therefore contribute to improve the landing-shock absorbing ability of lower limbs in hum…
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