Force-velocity, impulse-momentum relationships: implications for efficacy of purposefully slow resistance training.

@article{Schilling2008ForcevelocityIR,
  title={Force-velocity, impulse-momentum relationships: implications for efficacy of purposefully slow resistance training.},
  author={Brian K. Schilling and Michael J Falvo and Loren Z. F. Chiu},
  journal={Journal of sports science & medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={299-304}
}
The purpose of this brief review is to explain the mechanical relationship between impulse and momentum when resistance exercise is performed in a purposefully slow manner (PS). PS is recognized by ~10s concentric and ~4-10s eccentric actions. While several papers have reviewed the effects of PS, none has yet explained such resistance training in the context of the impulse-momentum relationship. A case study of normal versus PS back squats was also performed. An 85kg man performed both normal… CONTINUE READING
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