Understanding GroinBar Results in the ScoreBord App

When you run a GroinBar test in ScoreBord, a number of metrics are calculated automatically.  Here's a rundown of what the on-screen metrics mean.

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The main graphing window shows a force-time trace during a test 

  • Y-axis = force in newtons (N)
  • X-axis = time in seconds (s)
  • Blue line = left leg force
  • Orange line = right leg force
  • Negative values (<0N) = force on inner sensors
  • Positive values (>0N) = force on outer sensors
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The top-left results panel shows maximum "Squeeze" (i.e. inner sensor) results: 

  • Maximum left leg force is shown in blue
  • Maximum right leg force is shown in orange
  • Imbalance (i.e. percentage difference between left and right maximums) is shown in grey

Note: the text in brackets refers to the movement type being assessed (e.g. AD = adduction)

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The top-middle results panel shows maximum "Pull" (i.e. outer sensor) strength results: 

  • Maximum left leg force is shown in blue
  • Maximum right leg force is shown in orange
  • Imbalance (i.e. percentage difference between left and right maximums) is shown in grey

Note: the text in brackets refers to the movement type being assessed (e.g. AB = abduction)

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The top-right results panel shows a ratio of maximum Squeeze force : maximum Pull force
(i.e. >1:1 = Squeeze is dominant,  <1:1 = Pull is dominant)
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The right-hand results bar shows rep-by-rep results for left and right leg.  Arrows indicate whether a rep is a Squeeze rep (inner sensors) or a Pull rep (outer sensors).

Unwanted reps (e.g. accidental reps or reps performed with undesireable form) can be de-selected using the checkboxes next to each rep.
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The left-hand results bar shows reference points for the person being tested, in the test type being conducted: 

  • Personal Best is their highest ever left and right leg results for that test
  • Baseline is an editable reference point (often recorded at the start of a preseason or season)
  • Moving Avg is the average result from the last 1-10 tests

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