Prolonged recovery from eccentric versus concentric exercise.

@article{Thomas1994ProlongedRF,
  title={Prolonged recovery from eccentric versus concentric exercise.},
  author={Tom R. Thomas and Ben R. Londeree and D. A. Lawson},
  journal={Canadian journal of applied physiology = Revue canadienne de physiologie appliquee},
  year={1994},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={441-50}
}
In order to determine whether exercise mode affects recovery energy expenditure, 7 active men (average age 25 yrs) performed a control rest and three submaximal exercise bouts in counterbalanced order in separate weeks. The bouts, designed to involve three levels of eccentric muscular activity, included 60% VO2max jog (60 J), 60% downhill (-5%) jog (60 DH), 60% cycling (60 C), and a control session. Following a 24-hr period of regulated activity and diet, subjects exercised for 60 min. VO2 and… CONTINUE READING