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Designing Resistance Training Programs
Part I Foundations of resistance training: basic principles of resistance training and exercise prescription types of strength training neuromuscular physiology and adaptations to resistance trainingExpand
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Hormonal and growth factor responses to heavy resistance exercise protocols.
To examine endogenous anabolic hormone and growth factor responses to various heavy resistance exercise protocols (HREPs), nine male subjects performed each of six randomly assigned HREPs, whichExpand
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American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults.
In order to stimulate further adaptation toward a specific training goal(s), progression in the type of resistance training protocol used is necessary. The optimal characteristics ofExpand
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Effects of heavy-resistance training on hormonal response patterns in younger vs. older men.
To examine the adaptations of the endocrine system to heavy-resistance training in younger vs. older men, two groups of men (30 and 62 yr old) participated in a 10-wk periodized strength-powerExpand
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CHANGES IN EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AND HORMONAL CONCENTRATIONS OVER A BIG TEN SOCCER SEASON IN STARTERS AND NONSTARTERS
As a consequence of the physiological demands experienced during a competitive soccer season, the antagonistic relationship between anabolic and catabolic processes can affect performance.Expand
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Periodized Strength Training: A Critical Review
Variation or periodization of training is an important concept in designing weight-training programs. To date, the majority of studies examining periodization of weight training have used aExpand
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Low-volume circuit versus high-volume periodized resistance training in women.
PURPOSE The purpose of this investigation was to determine the long-term training adaptations associated with low-volume circuit-type versus periodized high-volume resistance training programs inExpand
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Endogenous anabolic hormonal and growth factor responses to heavy resistance exercise in males and females.
To examine endogenous anabolic hormonal responses to two different types of heavy resistance exercise protocols (HREPs), eight male and eight female subjects performed two randomly assigned protocolsExpand
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Physiological and performance responses to tournament wrestling.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to investigate the physiological and performance responses to a simulated freestyle wrestling tournament after typical weight loss techniques used by amateurExpand
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Muscle fiber hypertrophy, hyperplasia, and capillary density in college men after resistance training.
Twelve male subjects with recreational resistance training backgrounds completed 12 wk of intensified resistance training (3 sessions/wk; 8 exercises/session; 3 sets/exercise; 10 repetitionsExpand
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