Repeated Bout Effect Was More Expressed in Young Adult Males Than in Elderly Males and Boys

@inproceedings{Gorianovas2013RepeatedBE,
  title={Repeated Bout Effect Was More Expressed in Young Adult Males Than in Elderly Males and Boys},
  author={Giedrius Gorianovas and Albertas Skurvydas and Vytautas Streckis and Marius Brazaitis and Sigitas Kamandulis and Malachy P. McHugh},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2013}
}
This study investigated possible differences using the same stretch-shortening exercise (SSE) protocol on generally accepted monitoring markers (dependent variables: changes in creatine kinase, muscle soreness, and voluntary and electrically evoked torque) in males across three lifespan stages (childhood versus adulthood versus old age). The protocol consisted of 100 intermittent (30 s interval between jumps) drop jumps to determine the repeated bout effect (RBE) (first and second bouts… CONTINUE READING
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