Effect of a vibration exposure on muscular performance and body balance. Randomized cross-over study.

@article{Torvinen2002EffectOA,
  title={Effect of a vibration exposure on muscular performance and body balance. Randomized cross-over study.},
  author={Saila Torvinen and Pekka Kannu and Harri Siev{\"a}nen and Tero A H J{\"a}rvinen and Matti Pasanen and S A Kontulainen and Teppo L. N. J{\"a}rvinen and Markku J{\"a}rvinen and Pekka Oja and Ilkka M. Vuori},
  journal={Clinical physiology and functional imaging},
  year={2002},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          145-52
        }
}
This randomized cross-over study was designed to investigate the effects of a 4-min vibration bout on muscle performance and body balance in young, healthy subjects. Sixteen volunteers (eight men, eight women, age 24-33 years) underwent both the 4-min vibration- and sham-interventions in a randomized order on different days. Six performance tests (stability platform, grip strength, isometric extension strength of lower extremities, tandem-walk, vertical jump and shuttle run) were performed 10… CONTINUE READING

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