He earned the Master degree in advanced sciences of sport training at the University of Turin (Italy). His PhD was focused on methodological aspects of electromyography (EMG) to study muscle fatigue and muscle coordination. After being research fellow at the University of Verona and visiting researcher at the University of Birmingham, he is currently doing a research fellowship at the University of Turin. He is investigating the effects of muscle fatigue on muscle contractions quickness and on physical performances that rely on such a physical capacity. He has been adopted the means of high-density surface electromyography to non-invasively monitor the motor units properties and the spatial distribution of electromyographic activity across the muscle.
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