Location of Instability During a Bench Press Alters Movement Patterns and Electromyographical Activity.

@article{Nairn2015LocationOI,
  title={Location of Instability During a Bench Press Alters Movement Patterns and Electromyographical Activity.},
  author={Brian C Nairn and Chad A Sutherland and Janessa D M Drake},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 11},
  pages={3162-70}
}
Instability training devices with the bench press exercise are becoming increasingly popular. Typically, the instability device is placed at the trunk/upper body (e.g., lying on a Swiss ball); however, a recent product called the Attitube has been developed, which places the location of instability at the hands by users lifting a water-filled tube. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of different instability devices (location of instability) on kinematic and… CONTINUE READING
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