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Meta-Analysis of Postactivation Potentiation and Power: Effects of Conditioning Activity, Volume, Gender, Rest Periods, and Training Status
Abstract Wilson, JM, Duncan, NM, Marin, PJ, Brown, LE, Loenneke, JP, Wilson, SMC, Jo, E, Lowery, RP, and Ugrinowitsch, C. Meta-analysis of postactivation potentiation and power: Effects ofExpand
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SHORT‐TERM EFFECTS ON LOWER‐BODY FUNCTIONAL POWER DEVELOPMENT: WEIGHTLIFTING VS.VERTICAL JUMP TRAINING PROGRAMS
Among sport conditioning coaches, there is considerable discussion regarding the efficiency of training methods that improve lower-body power. Heavy resistance training combined with vertical jumpExpand
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Nonlinear Periodization Maximizes Strength Gains in Split Resistance Training Routines
Monteiro, AG, Aoki, MS, Evangelista, AL, Alveno, DA, Monteiro, GA, Piçarro, IDC, and Ugrinowitsch, C. Nonlinear periodization maximizes strength gains in split resistance training routines. JExpand
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Strength training with blood flow restriction diminishes myostatin gene expression.
PURPOSE The aim of the study was to determine whether the similar muscle strength and hypertrophy responses observed after either low-intensity resistance exercise associated with moderate blood flowExpand
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Acute Effect of a Ballistic and a Static Stretching Exercise Bout on Flexibility and Maximal Strength
Bacurau, RFP, Monteiro, GA, Ugrinowitsch C, Tricoli, V, Cabral, LF, Aoki, MS. Acute effect of a ballistic and a static stretching exercise bout on flexibility and maximal strength. J Strength CondExpand
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Resistance training‐induced changes in integrated myofibrillar protein synthesis are related to hypertrophy only after attenuation of muscle damage
Skeletal muscle hypertrophy is one of the main outcomes from resistance training (RT), but how it is modulated throughout training is still unknown. We show that changes in myofibrillar proteinExpand
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Effects of strength training and vascular occlusion.
The purpose of our study was to determine if vascular occlusion produced an additive effect on muscle hypertrophy and strength performance with high strength training loads. Sixteen physically activeExpand
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Effect of bench press exercise intensity on muscle soreness and inflammatory mediators
Abstract This study compared four different intensities of a bench press exercise for muscle soreness, creatine kinase activity, interleukin (IL)-1β, IL-6, tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF-α), andExpand
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Peak torque and rate of torque development in elderly with and without fall history.
BACKGROUND Falls are one of the greatest concerns among the elderly. A number of studies have described peak torque as one of the best fall-related predictor. No studies have comprehensively focusedExpand
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Predicting MAOD using only a supramaximal exhaustive test.
The objective of this study was to propose an alternative method (MAOD(ALT)) to estimate the maximal accumulated oxygen deficit (MAOD) using only one supramaximal exhaustive test. Nine participantsExpand
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