Electromyographic and Kinetic Analysis of Complex Training Variables

@inproceedings{Ebben2000ElectromyographicAK,
  title={Electromyographic and Kinetic Analysis of Complex Training Variables},
  author={William P. Ebben and Randall L. Jensen and Douglas O. Blackard},
  year={2000}
}
The use of complex training as a method of combining weight and plyometric exercises during the same training session is growing in popularity, despite limited scientific support for its efficacy. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of a set of high-load bench press exercises (BP) on a subsequent set of medicine ball power drop exercises (MBPD) via mean ground reaction force, maximum ground reaction force, and mean electromyography (EMG int). Ten male (19 6 1.4 years) NCAA… CONTINUE READING

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