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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 ...
Reliability and concurrent validity of the Velowin optoelectronic system to measure movement velocity during the free-weight back squat
The objective of this study was to explore the reliability and concurrent validity of the Velowin optoelectronic system to measure movement velocity during the free-weight back squat exercise. Thirty-one men (age = 27.5 ± 3.2 ...
Effects of different conditioning programmes on the performance of high-velocity soccer-related tasks: Systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled trials
Physical performance is a key factor in most of the actions that determine success in soccer competitions. The present meta-analysis aimed to determine whether, and to what extent different conditioning programmes implemented ...
Load–velocity profiling in the military press exercise: Effects of gender and training
This study aimed (1) to analyze the accuracy of mean propulsive velocity to predict the percentage of the 1-repetition maximum in the seated military press exercise and (2) to test the effect of gender and of a resistance ...