Postactivation potentiation in human knee extensors during dynamic passive movements.

@article{Babault2008PostactivationPI,
  title={Postactivation potentiation in human knee extensors during dynamic passive movements.},
  author={Nicolas Babault and Nicola Angelo Maffiuletti and Michel Pousson},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={735-43}
}
PURPOSE Postactivation potentiation (PAP), i.e., the increase in twitch torque following a maximal voluntary conditioning contraction, has been shown to depend on muscle contractile conditions (e.g., muscle length). Few studies, however, have investigated the extent of twitch PAP under dynamic conditions in human subjects. Therefore, the aim of the present experiment was to test the twitch PAP during passive dynamic movements following isometric conditioning contractions on nine healthy men… CONTINUE READING

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