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Letter to the editor concerning the article “Bar velocities capable of optimising the muscle power in strength-power exercises” by Loturco, Pereira, Abad, Tabares, Moraes, Kobal, Kitamura & Nakamura (2017)
Loturco and co-workers (2017) recently published data in the Journal of Sports Sciences to present the optimum loading magnitudes regarding the maximization of the “mean propulsive power” of the leg and arm muscles. Among ...
Reliability of the velocity achieved during the last repetition of sets to failure and its association with the velocity of the 1-repetition maximum
Background: This study aimed to determine the reliability of the velocity achieved during the last repetition of sets to failure ( V ) and the association of last with the velocity of the 1-repetition maximum ( V ) during ...
Selective effects of different fatigue protocols on the function of upper body muscles assessed through the force–velocity relationship
Purpose This study explored the feasibility of the force–velocity relationship (F–V) to detect the acute effects of different fatigue protocols on the selective changes of the maximal capacities of upper body muscles to ...
The load-velocity profile differs more between men and women than between individuals with different strength levels
(Sports Biomechanics, 2019-06)
This study aimed to determine the suitability of the load-velocity relationship to prescribe the relative load (%1RM) in women, as well as to compare the load-velocity profile between sexes and participants with different ...