MAXIMIZING STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT IN ATHLETES: A META‐ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE THE DOSE‐RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP

@article{Peterson2004MAXIMIZINGSD,
  title={MAXIMIZING STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT IN ATHLETES: A META‐ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE THE DOSE‐RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP},
  author={Mark D. Peterson and Matthew R Rhea and Brent A. Alvar},
  journal={Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={377–382}
}
The efficiency, safety, and effectiveness of strength training programs are paramount for sport conditioning. Therefore, identifying optimal doses of the training variables allows for maximal gains in muscular strength to be elicited per unit of time and also for the reduction in risk of overtraining and/or overuse injuries. A quantified dose-response relationship for the continuum of training intensities, frequencies, and volumes has been identified for recreationally trained populations but… Expand
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