Maximal eccentric and concentric strength discrepancies between young men and women for dynamic resistance exercise.

@article{Hollander2007MaximalEA,
  title={Maximal eccentric and concentric strength discrepancies between young men and women for dynamic resistance exercise.},
  author={Daniel B. Hollander and Robert R. Kraemer and Marcus Wayne Kilpatrick and Zaid G. Ramadan and Greg V. Reeves and Michelle R Francois and Edward P Hebert and James L. Tryniecki},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={34-40}
}
Although research has demonstrated that isokinetic eccentric (ECC) strength is 20-60% greater than isokinetic concentric (CON) strength, few data exist comparing these strength differences in standard dynamic resistance exercises. The purpose of the study was to determine the difference in maximal dynamic ECC and CON strength for 6 different resistance exercises in young men and women. Ten healthy young men (mean +/- SE, 25.30 +/- 1.34 years), and 10 healthy young women (mean +/- SE, 23.40… CONTINUE READING
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