Strength and power training: physiological mechanisms of adaptation.

@article{Kraemer1996StrengthAP,
  title={Strength and power training: physiological mechanisms of adaptation.},
  author={William J. Kraemer and Steven J. Fleck and William J Evans},
  journal={Exercise and sport sciences reviews},
  year={1996},
  volume={24},
  pages={363-97}
}
Adaptations in resistance training are focused on the development and maintenance of the neuromuscular unit needed for force production [97, 136]. The effects of training, when using this system, affect many other physiological systems of the body (e.g., the connective tissue, cardiovascular, and endocrine systems) [16, 18, 37, 77, 83]. Training programs are highly specific to the types of adaptation that occur. Activation of specific patterns of motor units in training dictate what tissue and… CONTINUE READING

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