The effect of velocity-specific strength training on peak torque and anaerobic rowing power.

@article{Bell1989TheEO,
  title={The effect of velocity-specific strength training on peak torque and anaerobic rowing power.},
  author={Gordon John Bell and Stewart R. Petersen and H. Arthur Quinney and Howard A. Wenger},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={1989},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={205-14}
}
This study investigated the effect of low- and high-velocity resistance training on isokinetic peak torque and anaerobic power output. Eighteen male varsity oarsmen were blocked on peak knee extension torque at 3.14 rad s-1 and assigned to a high-velocity resistance training group (HVR), a low-velocity resistance training group (LVR) or a control group. Subjects trained four times a week for 5 weeks. Each training session included three circuits of 12 stations using variable-resistance… CONTINUE READING

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