Training effect of muscular endurance by means of voluntary and electrical stimulation

@article{Ika2004TrainingEO,
  title={Training effect of muscular endurance by means of voluntary and electrical stimulation},
  author={Michio Ika{\'i} and Kyonosuke Yabe},
  journal={Internationale Zeitschrift f{\"u}r angewandte Physiologie einschlie{\ss}lich Arbeitsphysiologie},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={55-60}
}
  • M. IkaíK. Yabe
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Internationale Zeitschrift für angewandte Physiologie einschließlich Arbeitsphysiologie
SummaryThe training effect on muscular endurance was studied by voluntary effort as well as electrical stimulation. The results were summarized as the followings:1.The endurance of the muscle was observed to be about 13% of final voluntary contractions higher by electrical stimulation than that by voluntary contractions.2.After the training for 12–13 weeks, the muscular endurance was increased by about 130% in voluntary muscle contractions. The number of contractions due to electric stimuli… 

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