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The comparative effects of sports massage, active recovery, and rest in promoting blood lactate clearance after supramaximal leg exercise.

@article{Martin1998TheCE,
  title={The comparative effects of sports massage, active recovery, and rest in promoting blood lactate clearance after supramaximal leg exercise.},
  author={N. A. Martin and R. Zoeller and R. Robertson and S. Lephart},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  year={1998},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={
          30-5
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the comparative effect of sports massage, active recovery, and rest on promoting blood lactate clearance after maximal anaerobic (supramaximal) leg exercise. DESIGN AND SETTING A counterbalanced experimental design with repeated measures was used. The repeated measures were the three treatment conditions. The order of the conditions was determined by random assignment to a counterbalanced test sequence. All data were collected in the Human Energy Research Laboratory at… Expand
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