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Subject 6 with Dynactiv SR  Subject 6 without Dynactiv SR
SUBJECT #6: This is an example of why I missed a few including this one. It is clear from the picture that this subject is trying a lot harder to stay on one foot with the fake band and I mistook his effort for strength. The picture clearly shows how much more stable he is with Dynactiv SR and how much easier it is for him to stay straight. The picture on the right also shows how much he leans away and overcompensates when he has the fake band.

Subject 7 with Dynactiv SR  Subject 7 without Dynactiv SR  Subject 7 without Dynactiv SR
SUBJECT #7: This is another example where I mistook effort for strength. It is obvious from the pictures that when he had Dynactiv SR he stayed straighter and more balanced throughout the test even under heavy pressure. The second picture shows how much he leaned to his right when he had the fake band. This second picture is taken at the beginning of the test but illustrates how various subjects would lean in order to stay up on one foot. The third picture is also with the fake band and you can see how much effort he is exerting and how his body twists in order to stay up.

Subject 8 with Dynactiv SR  Subject 8 without Dynactiv SR
SUBJECT #8: This is perhaps my favorite set of pictures. The power of Dynactiv SR is perfectly clear here. When the subject had Dynactiv SR, he was straight and when he had the fake band he is obviously leaning out to the side and having to exert much more effort to stay up.

Subject 9 with Dynactiv SR  Subject 9 without Dynactiv SR
SUBJECT #9: This also was another easy one. The subject didn't try to stay up by leaning out to one side but rather kept it a "balance test". The subject's hips popping out in order to keep balanced is obvious here and was obvious on stage as well.

Subject 10 with Dynactiv SR  Subject 10 without Dynactiv SR
SUBJECT #10: The last and final subject was not as easy as I would have liked. He was a strong individual and tried extremely hard to stay up. Again I mistook his effort for strength, but even in the second picture you could see how much effort he is exerting and how his body starts to twist in order to stay balanced. When he had Dynactiv SR, his shoulders tightened and he stayed straighter longer, but unfortunately did not exert as much effort as he did when he had the fake band.


My Personal Response

For the purpose of my response I would like to address two main points; first is what actually happened with respect to the MDC and the second is what has transpired since...Read More



Actual Clinical Data

CHEST PRESS

  • Baseline: 123.4
  • With Dynactiv SR: 133.4
  • With Placebo: 127.8
  • Dynactiv SR: Percentage Increase Over Baseline: 8%
  • Placebo: Percentage Increase Over Baseline: 3.6%
  • Summary: Additional 4.4% increase over placebo, more than 120% increase in percentage points.

LEG PRESS:

  • Baseline: 393.75
  • With Dynactiv SR: 465.75
  • With Placebo: 438.5
  • Dynactiv SR: Percentage Increase Over Baseline: 18.3%
  • Placebo: Percentage Increase Over Baseline: 11.4%
  • Summary: Additional 6.6% increase over placebo, more than 60% increase in percentage points.

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EMG Data

We are currently having a battery of tests performed using an EMG machine to assess how well the technology inside of Dynact SR affects muscular output. So far preliminary tests are quite impressive, with each test showing a difference in muscular output in both peak and duration. We will release the summary when all tests are completed.