Muscle activation during resistance training with no external load - effects of training status, movement velocity, dominance, and visual feedback.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES To explore the acute effects of training status, movement velocity, dominance, and visual feedback on muscle activation and rating of perceived exertion (RPE) during resistance training with no external load (no-load resistance training; NLRT). METHODS Thirty-three men (17 untrained and 16 trained), performed elbow flexions in four NLRT… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2017.06.004

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@article{Gentil2017MuscleAD, title={Muscle activation during resistance training with no external load - effects of training status, movement velocity, dominance, and visual feedback.}, author={Paulo Gentil and Martim F Bottaro and Matias Noll and Scott Werner and Jessica Cabral Vasconcelos and Aldo Seffrin and M{\'a}rio Hebling Campos}, journal={Physiology & behavior}, year={2017}, volume={179}, pages={148-152} }