Strength training via high frequency electrical stimulation.

  • Nicki Rich
  • Published 1992 in
    The Journal of sports medicine and physical…

Abstract

Twelve males and twelve females received 18 sessions of high frequency (2500 Hz) electrical stimulation of either the biceps brachii or triceps brachii muscles. Each session consisted of ten 10-second contractions separated by 50 seconds of rest. Pre- and post-test measurements included arm flexion and extension strength, endurance, girths and fatfolds. The… (More)

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@article{Rich1992StrengthTV, title={Strength training via high frequency electrical stimulation.}, author={Nicki Rich}, journal={The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness}, year={1992}, volume={32 1}, pages={19-25} }