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Se trata de un blog especializado en el fútbol de éste país del Norte de Europa. Como apasionado del fútbol, al cual empecé a jugar a los 4 años, me apetecía escribir sobre algo que me enloquece y mi idea es aportar algo de mis conocimientos sobre este apasionante deporte. Fiel seguidor del Atleti, soy de esos románticos que creen que para expresar un comentario convincente hay que conocer la materia en profundidad...Nada mejor que haber jugado muchos años, haber visto muchos partidos, leer y escuchar muchos comentarios, para poder aportar conocimiento de éste deporte. Nace y se desarrolla con la idea de dar a conocer un poquito el fútbol de Finlandia, principalmente en lengua castellana, aunque se incluirán algunas opiniones en inglés y finés.En éste blog daré a conocer la "Veikkausliiga" (Liga de Fútbol Finlandesa), sus equipos, jugadores, managers, las selecciones nacionales (competiciones y resultados) y los jugadores finlandeses que desarrollan o han desarrollado sus carreras en las diferentes Ligas Europeas.

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Myontec en Conferencia "Return to Play" / Myontec at "Return to Play"

 


Myontec Workshop – Muscle activation data (EMG) from wearables in injury prevention and rehabilitation
Most soccer injuries occur in the lower extremities and result to significant loss of training hours and game participation. Training-related hamstring injury rates have increased substantially in European men football leagues since 2001 and currently 22 % of players sustain at least one hamstring injury during a season. To decrease the number of injuries, monitor the rehabilitation process and avoid return to practice and play re-injuries, there is an increasing demand for objective monitoring of players’ physical performance, muscle loading and muscle function.
Myontec Mbody offers a wearable device to monitor electromyographic activity (EMG) on lower leg muscle groups (quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes). The washable textile electrodes permit the screening of muscle activities both in laboratory and field settings without any inconvenience to the players. The method has been validated against traditional surface EMG and has been shown to be a reliable tool to assess EMG both in static and dynamic exercises. In the workshop we will present Mbody as a valuable tool that offer an objective assessment of players’ muscle loading during training, games and throughout the rehabilitation programs.
Place: Crown Room
Time: Sunday, April 10th at 13.00
Agenda:
Myontec Mbody – Workshop

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Free Oral Communication – Use of Wearable EMG in rehabilitation processes from muscle injuries

Due to huge burden caused by injuries and rehabilitation processes to professional football clubs, there is an increasing interest for objective monitoring of functional rehabilitation processes from muscle injuries. Gasol-Santa Xavier the doctor of the second team of RCD Espanyol, will be presenting ways and methods how Mbody have been and is currently used as a monitoring tool in injured players’ rehabilitation

Place: Pickwick Room
Time: Saturday, April 9th at 17:20

For more information please contact olga.vjuskova@myontec.com . See you in London!"

Saturday, 5 March 2016

Cyprus Cup 2016

Desde el pasado 2 de Marzo se está disputando una nueva edición del torneo internacional de fútbol femenino "Cyprus Women's Cup".
En ésta edición de 2016, son ocho los equipos participantes, encuadrados en dos grupos de cuatro equipos cada uno.
El formato de la competición es el siguiente:
Enfrentamiento directo entre los diferentes equipos de cada grupo. Finalmente y en la última jornada, se enfrentarán los diferentes equipos según la posición en la que hayan terminado en el grupo para definir las posiciones del primero al octavo (ej: los primeros de cada grupo disputarán la final, mientras que los últimos lucharan por definir la séptima y octava posición).
Grupo A: Austria, Italia, Irlanda, Hungría.
Group B: Polonia, Rep. Checa, Gales y Finlandia.
De momento se han disputado dos jornadas de la competición, y Finlandia ha cosechado un empate ante Gales (2-2) y una derrota ante Rep. Checa (1-3). La última jornada de la fase de grupos se disputará el próximo 7 de Marzo, siendo Polonia el rival de las finlandesas.

Since last 2nd of March is being held a new edition of the international women's football tournament "Cyprus Women's Cup."In this edition of 2016, there are eight teams, set in two groups of four teams each.The competition format is as follows:Direct confrontation between the different teams in each group. Finally, on the last day, different teams will play according to the position they finish in the group to define the positions from first to eighth (eg the first of each group will play the final, while the last ones will fight to define the seventh and eighth place).Group A: Austria, Italy, Ireland, Hungary.Group B: Poland, Czech Rep, Wales and Finland..So far they have been played two days of the competition. Finland got a draw against Wales (2-2) and a defeat to Czech Rep. (1-3). The final day of the group stage will be held next March 7, with Poland as the rival for the Finns.

Finland squad:

Tinja-Riikka Korpela (FC Bayern München)
Minna Meriluoto (HJK)
Siiri Välimaa (Kolbotn IL)
Tuija Hyyrynen (Fortuna Hjørring)
Tia Hälinen (HJK)
Anna Westerlund (Lillestrøm SK)
Maija Saari (Stabaek Fotboll)
Emma Koivisto (Florida State University)
Natalia Kuikka (Florida State University)
Katarina Naumanen (University of Central Florida)
Nora Heroum (Fortuna Hjørring)
Ria Öling (TPS)
Linda Ruutu (HJK)
Annika Kukkonen (Djurgårdens IF)
Julia Tunturi (Åland United)
Iina Salmi (FC Rosengård)
Emmi Alanen (Vittsjö GIK)
Sanna Saarinen (PK-35 Vantaa)
Jenny Danielsson (Kristianstads DFF)
Linda Sällström (Vittsjö GIK)
Juliette Kemppi (Kolbotn IL)
Adelina Engman (Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC).
 
Se puede seguir la información actualizada del torneo / You can follow all the information of this tournament updated at: www.cypruswomenscup.net