Protease supplementation improves muscle function after eccentric exercise.

  title={Protease supplementation improves muscle function after eccentric exercise.},
  author={T. Buford and Matthew B. Cooke and Liz L. Redd and G. Hudson and Brian D Shelmadine and D. Willoughby},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  volume={41 10},
  • T. Buford, Matthew B. Cooke, +3 authors D. Willoughby
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Medicine and science in sports and exercise
  • UNLABELLED Protease supplementation has been purported to reduce the damaging effects of eccentric exercise and accelerate recovery of muscle function, possibly by regulating inflammation. PURPOSE To determine the effectiveness of protease supplementation in attenuating eccentric exercise-induced skeletal muscle damage and inflammation. METHODS After standard physical and hemodynamic assessment and fasting venous blood samples, subjects performed isokinetic extension/flexion of the… CONTINUE READING
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