Maximal Exercise Performance and Electromyography Responses after Antagonist Neuromuscular Proprioceptive Facilitation : A Pilot Study

@inproceedings{Astorino2012MaximalEP,
  title={Maximal Exercise Performance and Electromyography Responses after Antagonist Neuromuscular Proprioceptive Facilitation : A Pilot Study},
  author={Todd A Astorino and Julien S Baker and Stephanie Brock and Lance C. Dalleck and Eric D B Goulet and Robert William Gotshall and Alexander Cantlay Hutchison and Melissa Knight-Maloney and Larry Kravitz and James Jay Laskin and Yit Aun Lim and Lonnie Lowery and Derek W. Marks and Cristine Mermier and Robert Andrew Robergs and Chantal Vella and Dale R. Wagner and Frank K. Wyatt and Ben Zhou and Gabriel Andrade Paz and Marianna de Freitas Maia and V. H. A. Pinheiro and Suzana T. Cunha Lima and Carlos Gomes de Oliveira and Eduardo A. Bezerra and Renata Antoun Sim{\~a}o and Humberto Miranda},
  year={2012}
}
Paz GA, Maia MF, Lima VP, Oliveira CG, Bezerra E, Simão R, Miranda H. Maximal Exercise Performance and Electromyography Responses after Antagonist Neuromuscular Proprioceptive Facilitation: A Pilot Study. JEPonline 2012;15(6):60-67. Antagonist stretching may promote agonist performance-enhancement. Thus, the purpose of this study was to investigate the acute effects of antagonist proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) on agonist activation and strength performance. Ten men (22.4 ± 0.9… CONTINUE READING

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