Acute physiological effects of exhaustive whole-body vibration exercise in man.

@article{Rittweger2000AcutePE,
  title={Acute physiological effects of exhaustive whole-body vibration exercise in man.},
  author={Joern Rittweger and Gisela Beller and Dieter Felsenberg},
  journal={Clinical physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          134-42
        }
}
Vibration exercise (VE) is a new neuromuscular training method which is applied in athletes as well as in prevention and therapy of osteoporosis. The present study explored the physiological mechanisms of fatigue by VE in 37 young healthy subjects. Exercise and cardiovascular data were compared to progressive bicycle ergometry until exhaustion. VE was performed in two sessions, with a 26 Hz vibration on a ground plate, in combination with squatting plus additional load (40% of body weight… CONTINUE READING

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