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Effects of isokinetic eccentric versus traditional lower body resistance training on muscle function: examining a multiple-joint short-term training model.
- J. Gordon, B. Thompson, Joshua S Crane, E. Bressel, D. Wagner
- Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism…
- 1 February 2019
Early adaptations in eccentric training show several advantages over those in concentric training. The purpose of this study was to quantify the effects of 4 weeks of multiple-joint eccentric versus… Expand
Effects of Resistance Training Frequency on Muscle Function Adaptations Using a Multiple-Joint Eccentric Training Model
- Joshua S Crane
Eccentric resistance training has been shown to be beneficial for improving multiple performance and health metrics. However, recommendations on eccentric training frequency have not been… Expand
Comparison of High Versus Low Eccentric-Based Resistance Training Frequencies on Short-Term Muscle Function Adaptations.
- Joshua S Crane, B. Thompson, David C Harrell, E. Bressel, E. Heath
- Journal of strength and conditioning research
- 28 January 2020
Crane, JS, Thompson, BJ, Harrell, DC, Bressel, E, and Heath, EM. Comparison of high versus low eccentric-based resistance training frequencies on short-term muscle function adaptations. J Strength… Expand