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ESTi score®

The CURO system is unique in that unlike other muscle assessment systems, it measures the number of fibers active (spatial amplitude; S) and the frequency with which they contract (temporal summation; T) and the way in which the Central Nervous System (CNS) recruits and uses the active fibers in a muscle (timing/efficiency – E).

It is only by combining the timing aspect of muscle fiber contraction that one can start to assess the synchrony with which the CNS recruits active fibers in a muscle – and in so doing, more accurately determine the significance of both the spatial amplitude and frequency.

ESTi® interpretation

  • E – Efficiency: the E-parameter refers to the period of muscle fiber activity during a recorded period of exercise – muscle efficiency. A high score obtained during moderate to high levels of exercise is a sign of a very well trained and highly coordinated / efficient muscle movement.
  • S – Spatial amplitude:  the S-parameter refers to the number of muscle fibers recruited during a movement, as part of exercise or a muscle contraction. A high score obtained during moderate to high levels of exercise is a sign of a very well trained and highly coordinated muscle movement.
  • T – Temporal summation:  the T-parameter refers to the speed with which muscle fibers are activated repeatedly during a movement, as part of exercise or a muscle contraction. A high score obtained during moderate to high levels of exercise is a sign of a very well trained and highly coordinated muscle movement.