Title

Neuromuscular adapatations to traditional versus eccentric-overload resistance training

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

European Journal of Sport Studies

School

School of Exercise and Health Sciences

RAS ID

18264

Comments

Originally published as: Walker, S., Hakkinen, K., Tufano, J., Trezise, J., Haff, G.G., Blazevich, A.J., Newton, R. (2014). Neuromuscular adapatations to traditional versus eccentric-overload resistance training. European Journal of Sports Studies: Supplement to Volume 2. (p. 34.) Original article available here

Abstract

Eccentric actions are thought to be particularly important to increase muscle strength and size but are often performed at submaximal intensities during traditional resistance training. The aim of the present study was to compare neuromuscular adaptations from eccentric-overload resistance training (EO) to traditional resistance training (TRT).

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.12863/ejssxs1x-2014

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