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James Ackerman, Tom Clifford, Lars R McNaughton, David J Bentley
Antioxidant supplementation is known to increase human endogenous antioxidant (AOX) capacity providing a means of blunting exercise induced reactive oxygen species (ROS). The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of a single acute dose of an AOX (vs blinded placebo) on muscle contractile performance and hormonal responses to a single bout of lower limb 'hypertrophic' resistance training (RT). Fifteen resistance trained subjects (age 23 ± 4 years: body mass 86 ± 6 kg) volunteered to participate in the study...
2014: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21380970/validating-two-systems-for-estimating-force-and-power
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
B T Crewther, L P Kilduff, D J Cunningham, C Cook, N Owen, G-Z Yang
This study examined the validity of 2 kinematic systems for estimating force and power during squat jumps. 12 weight-trained males each performed single repetition squat jumps with a 20-kg, 40-kg, 60-kg and 80-kg load on a Kistler portable force plate. A commercial linear position transducer (Gymaware [GYM]) and accelerometer (Myotest® [MYO]) were attached to the bar to assess concentric peak force (PF) and peak power (PP). Across all loads tested, the GYM and MYO estimates of PF and PP were moderately to strongly correlated ( P≤0...
April 2011: International Journal of Sports Medicine
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