High-intensity dynamic human muscle performance enhanced by a metabolic intervention.

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PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to quantify the effects of a metabolic treatment on human muscle dynamic performance (strength, work, and fatigue) measured under conditions of acute, exhaustive high-intensity anaerobic isokinetic exercise. METHODS Unilateral prefatigue and postfatigue peak torque and work values were measured in the quadriceps… (More)

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@article{Stevens2000HighintensityDH, title={High-intensity dynamic human muscle performance enhanced by a metabolic intervention.}, author={Brenda Stevens and Mike Godfrey and T. Kaminski and Randy W. Braith}, journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise}, year={2000}, volume={32 12}, pages={2102-8} }