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The effects of eccentric and concentric training at different velocities on muscle hypertrophy
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of isokinetic eccentric (ECC) and concentric (CON) training at two velocities [fast, 180° s−1 (3.14 rad s−1) and slow,30° s−1(0.52 rad s−1)] onExpand
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The effect of whey protein supplementation with and without creatine monohydrate combined with resistance training on lean tissue mass and muscle strength.
Our purpose was to assess muscular adaptations during 6 weeks of resistance training in 36 males randomly assigned to supplementation with whey protein (W; 1.2 g/kg/day), whey protein and creatineExpand
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Cross-education of arm muscular strength is unidirectional in right-handed individuals.
PURPOSE Cross-education of strength is a neural adaptation defined as the increase in strength of the untrained contralateral limb after unilateral training. The purpose was to determine the effectExpand
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The effect of eccentric training at different velocities on cross-education
The purpose of this study was to determine whether cross-education, defined as the increase in strength of an untrained limb after training of the contralateral homologous limb, is specific to lowExpand
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Neuro-Physiological Adaptations Associated with Cross-Education of Strength
Cross-education of strength is the increase in strength of the untrained contralateral limb after unilateral training of the opposite homologous limb. We investigated central and peripheral neuralExpand
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The effects of conjugated linoleic acid supplementation during resistance training.
PURPOSE We determined the effects of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) supplementation during resistance training. METHODS Seventy-six subjects were randomized to receive CLA (5 g.d(-1)) or placeboExpand
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Cross-Education of Strength Depends on Limb Dominance: Implications for Theory and Application
  • J. Farthing
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Exercise and sport sciences reviews
  • 1 October 2009
Cross-education of strength is much greater when the dominant arm is trained in right-handed individuals. This asymmetry of strength transfer in the upper limbs is similar to what has been shown forExpand
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Effect of creatine ingestion after exercise on muscle thickness in males and females.
UNLABELLED Muscles exercised before creatine (Cr) supplementation have a greater elevation of intramuscular Cr than nonexercised muscles. PURPOSE To determine whether preferential increase ofExpand
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Cross-education for improving strength and mobility after distal radius fractures: a randomized controlled trial.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effects of cross-education (contralateral effect of unilateral strength training) during recovery from unilateral distal radius fractures on muscle strength, range of motionExpand
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Strength training the free limb attenuates strength loss during unilateral immobilization.
The objective was to determine if strength training the free limb during a 3-wk period of unilateral immobilization attenuates strength loss in the immobilized limb through cross-education. ThirtyExpand
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