Monthly Archives: May 2015

Tendon training, age and maturity. How do your horse’s tendons become stronger? How can you give the best start to your foal?

From the main blog: http://equinemechanics.com/ My last post covered a little about tendon structure, hysteresis and crimp and what all this means for the equine digital flexor tendons (link here). This time I’m going a little deeper into how tendons work, … Continue reading

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Tendon biomechanics, equine digital flexor tendons, and crimp. How does all that work then?

From the main blog: Equinemechanics.com: When I first studied anatomy I was told that tendons had a very specific job – they attach muscle to bone, and so transmit the force of the muscle pulling to the bone, often creating … Continue reading

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