Andreas Schlumberger

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The aim of this study was to compare the effects of single-set and multiple-set strength training in women. Twenty-seven women (aged 20-40 years) with basic experience in strength training were randomly allocated to either a single-set group (n = 9), a 3-set group (n = 9), or a nontraining control group (n = 9). Both training groups underwent a whole-body(More)
To examine the effects of strength training with superimposed vibrations ten subjects trained over a period of six weeks (three sessions per week) one leg with back squats and superimposed vibrations and the other leg with traditional squats. In each training session participants performed 4 sets with 8-12 repetitions. Before and after the training period(More)
The process of warming up prepares athletes for subsequent stress and increases their level of performance. Functional exercises are often included in warm-up programs for power sports, although a positive effect of functional exercises has not been confirmed. The aim of this study was to measure a possible effect of functional exercises on sprint(More)
(2000). Quadriceps EMG/force relationship in knee extension and leg press. Influence of high-resistance and high-velocity training on sprint performance. Training and detraining adaptations in electromyographic, muscle fibre and force production characteristics of human leg extensor muscles. Jyväskylä. (2000). Short-term performance effects of high power,(More)
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