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Effects of Fish Oil Supplementation on Postresistance Exercise Muscle Soreness
ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to examine the effects of fish oil supplementation on the magnitude and time-course of postresistance exercise muscle soreness. This study was a randomized,
Eight Weeks of Phosphatidic Acid Supplementation in Conjunction with Resistance Training Does Not Differentially Affect Body Composition and Muscle Strength in Resistance-Trained Men.
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When combined with RT, it appears that PA has a more than likely impact on improving lower-body strength, whereas a likely impact exists for increasing muscle size and lean mass.
Restrictive Breathing Mask Reduces Repetitions to Failure During a Session of Lower-Body Resistance Exercise
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The use of an RBM had a negative effect on the number of repetitions completed during an acute session of lower-body resistance training.
Weight Cycling: Prevalence, Strategies, and Effects on Combat Athletes
ABSTRACT COMBAT SPORTS ARE CATEGORIZED BY WEIGHT CLASSES TO ESTABLISH EQUITY IN COMPETITION AND REDUCE POTENTIAL INJURY RISK. TO GAIN A PERCEIVED MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ADVANTAGE OVER THEIR OPPONENT,
Effectiveness of Fish Oil Supplementation in Attenuating Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage in Women During Midfollicular and Midluteal Menstrual Phases
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This study demonstrates that higher levels of estrogen may exert a cytoprotective effect on the sarcolemma, and fish oil supplementation in attenuating exercise-induced muscle damage in females during midfollicular and midluteal menstrual phases is demonstrated.
Skeletal Muscle Estrogen Receptor Activation in Response to Eccentric Exercise Up-Regulates Myogenic-Related Gene Expression Independent of Differing Serum Estradiol Levels Occurring during the Human
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It is demonstrated that skeletal muscle ER-α activation in response to eccentric exercise up-regulates myogenic-related gene expression independent of serum estradiol levels occurring during the human menstrual cycle.
Water Ski Injuries and Chronic Pain in Collegiate Athletes
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The present study revealed that injury rates in males and females were 49.7% and 50.2%, respectively, and the strength and conditioning program that is systematically designed for core strength is needed to eliminate chronic trunk pain in collegiate water-skiing athletes.
Effects of a traditionally-dosed creatine supplementation protocol and resistance training on the skeletal muscle uptake and whole-body metabolism and retention of creatine in males
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of this “typical” creatine dosing strategy on skeletal muscle creatine uptake as well as the whole-body metabolism and retention of creatine in males while engaged in resistance training.
Effect of resistance exercise intensity on the expression of PGC-1α isoforms and the anabolic and catabolic signaling mediators, IGF-1 and myostatin, in human skeletal muscle.
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The response of each isoform was consistent between sessions, suggesting no effect of resistance exercise intensity on the complex transcriptional expression of the PGC-1α gene, and further research is needed to determine the effects of the various isoforms in human skeletal muscle on the translational level.
Resistance Training–Induced Elevations in Muscular Strength in Trained Men Are Maintained After 2 Weeks of Detraining and Not Differentially Affected by Whey Protein Supplementation
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A 2-week period of DT appeared to retain muscular strength in resistance-trained men and can potentially retain lower-body strength in young resistance- trained men irrespective of supplementing with 25 g of whey protein postexercise.
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