Concurrent Training: A Meta-Analysis Examining Interference of Aerobic and Resistance Exercises

  title={Concurrent Training: A Meta-Analysis Examining Interference of Aerobic and Resistance Exercises},
  author={J. Wilson and P. J. Mar{\'i}n and M. Rhea and Stephanie M C Wilson and J. Loenneke and J. Anderson},
  journal={Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research},
  • J. Wilson, P. J. Marín, +3 authors J. Anderson
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
  • Abstract Wilson, JM, Marin, PJ, Rhea, MR, Wilson, SMC, Loenneke, JP, and Anderson, JC. Concurrent training: A meta-analysis examining interference of aerobic and resistance exercise. J Strength Cond Res 26(8): 2293–2307, 2012—The primary objective of this investigation was to identify which components of endurance training (e.g., modality, duration, frequency) are detrimental to resistance training outcomes. A meta-analysis of 21 studies was performed with a total of 422 effect sizes (ESs… CONTINUE READING

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