Neuromuscular adaptations associated with knee joint angle-specific force change.

@article{Noorkiv2014NeuromuscularAA,
  title={Neuromuscular adaptations associated with knee joint angle-specific force change.},
  author={Marika Noork{\~o}iv and Kazunori Nosaka and Anthony John Blazevich},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 8},
  pages={1525-37}
}
PURPOSE Neuromuscular adaptations to joint angle-specific force increases after isometric training have not yet been fully elucidated. This study examined angle-specific neuromuscular adaptations in response to isometric knee extension training at short (SL, joint angle 38.1° ± 3.7°) versus long (LL, 87.5° ± 6.0°) muscle lengths. METHODS Sixteen men trained three times a week for 6 wk either at SL (n = 8) or LL (n = 8). Voluntary maximal isometric knee extensor (MVC) force, doublet twitch… CONTINUE READING
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