Whole-body vibration training elevates creatine kinase levels in sedentary subjects.

@article{Gojanovic2011WholebodyVT,
  title={Whole-body vibration training elevates creatine kinase levels in sedentary subjects.},
  author={B Gojanovic and F. Feihl and Lucas Liaudet and G{\'e}rald Gremion and Bernard Waeber},
  journal={Swiss medical weekly},
  year={2011},
  volume={141},
  pages={
          w13222
        }
}
PRINCIPLES Whole body vibration (WBV) is an increasingly popular modality of muscle training, especially in sedentary subjects. We hypothesised that the vigorous muscle contractions elicited by WBV can cause muscle damage expressed as an elevation in muscle enzymes. METHODS Twenty inactive subjects, ten male and ten female, aged 22.7 ± 2.6, BMI 22.4 ± 2.1 were included based on the absence of regular physical activity as defined by international guidelines, and no history of recent trauma… CONTINUE READING
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