Changes in height of jump, maximal voluntary contraction force and low-frequency fatigue after 100 intermittent or continuous jumps with maximal intensity.

@article{Skurvydas2000ChangesIH,
  title={Changes in height of jump, maximal voluntary contraction force and low-frequency fatigue after 100 intermittent or continuous jumps with maximal intensity.},
  author={Albertas Skurvydas and J Jascaninas and Pavelas Zachovajevas},
  journal={Acta physiologica Scandinavica},
  year={2000},
  volume={169 1},
  pages={55-62}
}
Healthy untrained males (age 25.4 +/- 1.7 years, n=12) gave their informed consent to take part in all experiments within the study. After 100 intermittent (every 20 s) drop jumps from the height of 0. 4 m, jumps with counter-movement to 90 degrees angle in the knee and immediate maximal rebound (eccentric-concentric exercise; E-C) and 100 continuous jumps (five bouts of 20 jumps with counter-movement to 90 degrees angle in the knee with 10 s between bouts) (maximal exercise; M) with maximal… CONTINUE READING

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