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Effects of electrical muscle stimulatin training on the strength and endurance of the gluteus muscles
This study sought out to test the effectiveness of using electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) on increasing strength and endurance of the gluteus muscles compared to volitional exercise. Seventy-two female volunteers between ...
Kinetic comparison of the power development between the hang clean, jump shrug and high pull
PURPOSE: To compare the kinetics of the hang clean (HC), jump shrug (JS), and high pull (HP) when performed at different relative loads. METHODS: Seventeen men with at least 2 years of training experience with the HC ...
The long-term effects of a multi-ingredient pre-workout supplement on exercise performance in active females
Multi-ingredient pre-workout supplements (MIPS) are popularly used to enhance exercise performance, but little is known regarding the long term effects. Further, limited data are available in female populations. Therefore, ...
The relationship of sprint performance to kinetic and kinematic variables during resisted swimming
Sport-specific resistance training relies on applying resistance to the same motions used in a sport's competition movements. Resisted swimming offers the opportunity to measure training variables used by coaches under an ...
The effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on abdominal strength and endurance and core strength
The study was designed to evaluate the effects of self-administered neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) on changes in abdominal muscle strength and endurance and core strength. Fifty-three adults were randomly ...