Dynamic force responses of skeletal muscle during stretch–shortening cycles

@article{Geronilla2003DynamicFR,
  title={Dynamic force responses of skeletal muscle during stretch–shortening cycles},
  author={Ken B Geronilla and Gerald R. Miller and Kristina Mowrey and John Z. Wu and Michael L. Kashon and Kurt Brumbaugh and Jessica Reynolds and Ann F. Hubbs and Robert G. Cutlip},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={90},
  pages={144-153}
}
Muscle damage due to stretch–shortening cycles (i.e., cyclic eccentric/concentric muscle actions) is one of the major concerns in sports and occupational related activities. Mechanical responses of whole muscle have been associated with damage in neural motor units, in connective tissues, and the force generation mechanism. The objective of this study was to introduce a new method to quantify the real-time changes in skeletal muscle forces of rats during injurious stretch–shortening cycles… CONTINUE READING

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