Juan José González-Badillo

Juan José González-Badillo
Universidad Pablo de Olavide | UPO · Department of Sports and Computer Sciences

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This study aimed to analyze the acute mechanical, metabolic and EMG response to five resistance exercise protocols (REP) in the full squat (SQ) exercise performed with 2 velocity conditions: maximal intended velocity (MaxV) vs. half-maximal velocity (HalfV). Eleven resistance-trained men performed 10 REP (5 with each velocity conditions) in random...
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Background The ability to generate high levels of force with the finger flexor muscles and sustain it for the maximum time was reported as a climbing performance factor. This study aimed to answer the question of which is the most reliable edge depth to measure maximum hanging time in non-elite and elite rock climbers: 6, 8, 10, 12 or 14 mm. Metho...
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This study aimed to compare the effects of three resistance training (RT) programs differing in the magnitude of velocity loss (VL) allowed in each exercise set: 10%, 30% or 45% on changes in strength, vertical jump, sprint performance and EMG variables. Thirty‐three young men were randomly assigned into three experimental groups (VL10%, VL30% and...
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Strength and conditioning specialists commonly deal with the quantification and selection the setting of protocols regarding resistance training intensities. Although the one repetition maximum (1RM) method has been widely used to prescribe exercise intensity, the velocity-based training (VBT) method may enable a more optimal tool for better monito...
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This study aimed to compare the effect of linear (LP) and daily-undulating (DUP) programming models on neuromuscular and functional performance using the velocity-based resistance training (VBRT) approach. Thirty-two resistance trained men were randomly assigned into 2 groups: LP (n=16) or DUP (n=16). Both training groups completed an 8-week VBRT i...
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Strength training promotes a IIX-to-IIA shift in myosin heavy chain (MHC) composition, likely due to changes in sarcoplasmic [Ca2+ ] which are sensed by CaMKII. Sarcoplasmic [Ca2+ ] is in part regulated by sarcolipin (SLN) a small protein, that when overexpressed in rodents stimulates mitochondrial biogenesis and a fast-to-slow fibre type shift. Th...
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The purpose of this study was to describe the mechanical and metabolic responses of a typical high-intensity training session in high-level 800-m athletes. Nine male high-level 800-m athletes (personal best 1:43–1:56 min:ss) performed a typical high-intensity interval training session consisting of 5 × 200 m with 4 min rest. Countermovement jump an...
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El objetivo de este estudio fue comprobar el efecto de dos periodos de preparación diferenciados por los medios de entrenamiento de la fuerza (con/sin carga externa añadida-pesas), en deportistas de natación sincronizada. Se valoraron las variables rendimiento (altura) en salto vertical (CMJ) y los test específicos de boost y tintorera. Un grupo de...
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BACKGROUND: The aim of the present study was to provide physical and strength-related characteristics of 800 m athletes with regard to their initial performance level. METHODS: Fourteen male athletes of different levels in 800 m running (with personal best ranging from 1'43" s to 1'58") participated in this study and were divided into three groups...
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The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of long-term combined strength training (ST) and plyometrics on strength, power and swimming performances in elite junior swimmers during a competitive season. Ten elite junior swimmers (5 women and 5 men) completed the study (age: 16.6 ± 0.7 years; mass: 62.2 ± 5.4 kg; stature: 1.70 ± 0.07 m). The pa...
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Rodríguez-Rosell, D, Yáñez-García, JM, Mora-Custodio, R, Torres-Torrelo, J, Ribas-Serna, J, and González-Badillo, JJ. Role of the effort index in predicting neuromuscular fatigue during resistance exercises. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2020-This study aimed: (a) to analyze the acute mechanical, metabolic, and electromyographic (EMG) respons...
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This study investigated the inter- and intra-device agreement of four new devices marketed for barbell velocity measurement. Mean, mean propulsive and peak velocity outcomes were obtained for bench press and full squat exercises along the whole load-velocity spectrum (from light to heavy loads). Measurements were simultaneously registered by two li...
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This study investigated the inter- and intra-device agreement of four new devices marketed for barbell velocity measurement. Mean, mean propulsive and peak velocity outcomes were obtained for bench press and full squat exercises along the whole load-velocity spectrum (from light to heavy loads). Measurements were simultaneously registered by two li...
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Sánchez-Moreno, M, Cornejo-Daza, PJ, González-Badillo, JJ, and Pareja-Blanco, F. Effects of velocity loss during body mass prone-grip pull-up training on strength and endurance performance. J Strength Cond Res 34(4): 911-917, 2020-This study aimed to analyze the effects of 2 pull-up (PU) training programs that differed in the magnitude of repetitio...
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This study aimed to compare the effects of 2 resistance training (RT) programs with different velocity losses (VLs) allowed in each set: 10% (VL10%) versus 30% (VL30%) on neuromuscular performance and hormonal response. Twenty-five young healthy males were randomly assigned into 2 groups: VL10% (n = 12) or VL30% (n = 13). Subjects followed a veloci...
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Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the response to 4 concurrent training interventions differing in the training sequence and in the velocity loss (VL) threshold during strength training (20% vs 40%) on following endurance and strength performance. Methods: A randomized crossover research design was used. Sixteen trained men performed 4 traini...
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Purpose: To analyze the relationships between the evolution of training-load values and countermovement jump (CMJ) as an indicator of stress and fatigue in a high-level 800-m runner during a whole season, including indoor (ID) and outdoor season (OD). Methods: Over 42 weeks, daily training load was quantified as the result of the product of the...
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Purpose: This study analyzed the effects of 3 training interventions: 1 isolated endurance training (ET) and 2 concurrent training (CT), which differed in the velocity loss (VL) magnitude allowed during the resistance training (RT) set: 15% (VL15) versus 45%, on strength and endurance running performance. Methods: A total of 33 resistance- and e...
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Yáñez-García, JM, Rodríguez-Rosell, D, Mora-Custodio, R, and González-Badillo, JJ. Changes in muscle strength, jump, and sprint performance in young elite basketball players: the impact of combined high-speed resistance training and plyometrics. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2019-This study aimed to compare the effect of a combined resistance...
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This study aimed to compare the effect of a combined resistance training (RT) and plyometrics on strength, sprint and jump performance in basketball players of different ages. Thirty three elite basketball players from the same academy were categorised into 3 groups by chronological age: under 13 (U13, n=11); under 15 (U15, n=11); and under 17 (U17...
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This study aimed to analyze the influence of range of motion (ROM) on main biomechanical parameters of the bench press (BP) exercise: i) load-velocity relationship by mean (MV) and mean propulsive velocity (MPV), ii) one-repetition maximum strength (1RM); iii) contribution of the propulsive and braking phases, and iv) presence of the sticking regio...
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Martínez-Cava, A, Hernández-Belmonte, A, Courel-Ibáñez, J, Morán-Navarro, R, González-Badillo, JJ, and Pallarés, JG. Bench press at full range of motion produces greater neuromuscular adaptations than partial executions after prolonged resistance training. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2019-Training at a particular range of motion (ROM) produ...
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Background: To analyze the short-term response to three resistance training (RT) protocols: RT protocol leading to failure (MaxRep), half-maximal repetitions protocol in untrained condition (U-HalfRep), and half-maximal repetitions protocol in trained condition (T-HalfRep). Methods: Ten males without RT experience performed 3 sets of 5 vs. 10 re...
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INTRODUCTION: Previous works have analysed the effect of resistance exercise protocols with different levels of effort (relationship between the repetitions completed in a set and those that could be performed) on time course of recovery (1-3). However, these studies prescribed the same number of repetitions for all participants with the same relat...
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This is a respond to https://doi.org/10.1007/s10439-019-02304-2. This comment refers to the original article "Reproducibility and Repeatability of Five Different Technologies for Bar Velocity Measurement in Resistance Training" available at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10439-019-02265-6 Full text: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/334017166_Te...
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The choice of the optimal squatting depth for resistance training (RT) has been a matter of debate for decades and is still controversial. In this study, fifty-three resistance-trained men were randomly assigned to one of four training groups: full squat (F-SQ), parallel squat (P-SQ), half squat (H-SQ), and Control (training cessation). Experimenta...
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This study aimed to analyze the agreement between five bar velocity monitoring devices, currently used in resistance training, to determine the most reliable device based on reproducibility (between-device agreement for a given trial) and repeatability (between-trial variation for each device). Seventeen resistance-trained men performed duplicate t...
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The aim of this study was to compare the time course of recovery following four different resistance exercise protocols in terms of loading magnitude (60% vs. 80% 1RM—one-repetition maximum) and velocity loss in the set (20% vs. 40%). Seventeen males performed four different protocols in full squat exercise, which were as follows: (1) 60% 1RM with...
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Abstract. Intermittent isometric endurance of the forearm flexors is a determinant factor of sport climbing performance. However, little is known about the best method to improve grip endurance in sport climbing regarding maximal or intermittent dead-hang training methods. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of three 8-week finger trai...
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Intermittent isometric endurance of the forearm flexors is a determinant factor of sport climbing performance. However, little is known about the best method to improve grip endurance in sport climbing regarding maximal or intermittent dead-hang training methods. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of three 8-week finger training progr...
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Abstract Bachero-Mena, B, Pareja-Blanco, F, and González-Badillo, JJ. Effects of resistance training on physical performance in high-level 800-meter athletes: a comparison between high-speed resistance training and circuit training. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000–000, 2019—This study compared the effects of 2 resistance training programs during 25...
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Grip strength and endurance are determinant factors of climbing performance. The training response to strength training depends on initial strength levels. This study aims to investigate the effects on grip strength and endurance of a 4-week weighted dead-hang training program in experienced rock climbers with a higher (HS; n = 10) and lower streng...
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Introduction: One emerging method to train athletes is to assign a specific lifting velocity rather than load. Using these methods, researchers have observed varying adaptations from assigning different levels of velocity-loss (ranging from 1040% of initial velocity) prior to terminating each set [1]. However, manifestations of neuromuscular fatigu...
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This study aimed to compare the load-velocity and load-power relationships of three common variations of the squat exercise. 52 strength-trained males performed a progressive loading test up to the one-repetition maximum (1RM) in the full (F-SQ), parallel (P-SQ) and half (H-SQ) squat, conducted in random order on separate days. Bar velocity and ver...
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This study analysed the acute mechanical and metabolic responses to a sprint training session focused on maintaining maximal speed until a given speed loss was reached. Nine male high-level sprinters performed 60 m running sprints up to a 3% in speed loss with 6 min rests between sets. Mechanical responses (countermovement jump (CMJ) height and spe...
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Purpose: To analyze the intrasession reliability of different kinetic, kinematic and surface electromyography (EMG) variables obtained during concentric phase of the bench press exercise against four different submaximal loads: 50%, 60%, 70% and 80% 1RM. Methods: Twelve physical active men performed four testing sessions (one with each load magnit...
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This study aimed to compare the pattern of repetition velocity decline during a single set to failure performed against four relative loads in the bench press (BP) and full squat (SQ) exercises. Following an initial test to determine 1RM strength and load-velocity relationships, twenty men performed one set of repetitions to failure (MNR test) agai...
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This study aimed to examine the relationship between anthropometric and sport level (SL) variables and both ball speed and accuracy in young male competitive tennis players. A secondary aim of this study was to analyze the possible differences in ball speed and accuracy between players of different competitive levels. A total of 85 players (age: 14...
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Pareja-Blanco, F, Rodríguez-Rosell, D, Aagaard, P, Sánchez-Medina, L, Ribas-Serna, J, Mora-Custodio, R, Otero-Esquina, C, Yáñez-García, JM, and González-Badillo, JJ. Time course of recovery from resistance exercise with different set configurations. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2018-This study analyzed the response to 10 resistance exercise...
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This study aimed to analyze the effect of strength training on physical performance in elite male volleyball players during the competitive season. Athletes were assessed at the start of season (SS), midpoint of the competitive season (MS), and at the end of the season (ES). Significant increases were observed in vertical jump height (CMJ), jump sq...
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This study aimed to analyze the acute effect of inter-repetition rest (IRR) intervals on mechanical and metabolic response during four resistance exercise protocols (REPs). Thirty resistance-trained men were randomly assigned to: continuous repetitions (CR), 10 s (IRR10) or 20 s (IRR20) inter-repetition rest. The REPs consisted of 3 sets of 6, 5, 4...
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This study aimed to analyze the acute mechanical and metabolic response to resistance exercise protocols (REPs) defined by two variables: the first repetition’s mean velocity and the percentage of velocity loss (%VL) over the set. The product of these two variables was termed the effort index (EI) and was used as an indicator of the degree of fatig...
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This study aimed to compare the effects of 6 weeks resistance training (RT) with combined RT and loaded change of direction (CD) exercise on muscle strength and repeated sprint ability (RSA) in futsal players. Thirty-four players were randomly assigned into three groups: full squat group (SG), combined full squat and CD group (S+CDG), and control g...
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This study aimed to analyze the effect of strength training on physical performance in elite male volleyball players during the competitive season. Athletes were assessed at the start of season (SS), midpoint of the competitive season (MS), and at the end of the season (ES). Significant increases were observed in vertical jump height (CMJ), jump sq...
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Purpose: To describe the acute and delayed time course of recovery following resistance training (RT) protocols differing in the number of repetitions (R) performed in each set (S) out of the maximum possible number (P). Methods: Ten resistance-trained men undertook three RT protocols [S × R(P)]: (1) 3 × 5(10), (2) 6 × 5(10), and (3) 3 × 10(10)...
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Rate of force development (RFD) refers to the ability of the neuromuscular system to increase contractile force from a low or resting level when muscle activation is performed as quickly as possible, and it is considered an important muscle strength parameter, especially for athletes in sports requiring high-speed actions. The assessment of RFD has...
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The purpose of this study was to analyze changes in sprint, strength, hematological, and hormonal parameters in high-level 800 m athletes during a complete athletics season. Thirteen male athletes of national and international level in 800 m (personal best ranging from 1:43 to 1:58 min:ss) participated in this study. A total of 5 tests were conduct...
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The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between strength variables and maximum velocity (Vmax) in the squat jump (SJ) in sprinting and jumping athletes. Thirty-two sprinting and jumping athletes of national level (25.4 ± 4.5 years; 79.4 ± 6.9 kg and 180.4 ± 6.0 cm) participated in the study. Vmax in the SJ showed significant relationsh...
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This study analysed the relationships between sprinting, jumping and strength abilities, with regard to 800 m running performance. Fourteen athletes of national and international levels in 800 m (personal best: 1:43-1:58 min:ss) completed sprint tests (20 m and 200 m), a countermovement jump, jump squat and full squat test as well as an 800 m race....
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This study aimed to analyze various fitness qualities in handball players of different ages, and to determine the relationships between these parameters and throwing velocity. Forty-four handball players participated, pooled by age groups: ELITE (n = 13); under-18 (U18, n = 16); under-16 (U16, n = 15). The following tests were completed: 20-m runni...
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This study analyzed whether the loss of repetition velocity during a resistance exercise set was a reliable indicator of the number of repetitions left in reserve. Following the assessment of one-repetition (1RM) strength and full load-velocity relationship, thirty men were divided into three groups according to their 1RM strength/body mass: novice...
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The use of bar velocity to estimate relative load in the back squat exercise was examined. Eighty strength-trained men performed a progressive loading test to determine their one-repetition maximum (1RM) and load-velocity relationship. Mean (MV), mean propulsive (MPV) and peak (PV) velocity measures of the concentric phase were analyzed. Both MV an...
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Purpose: to analyze the relationship between movement velocity and relative load (%1RM) in the pull-up exercise (PU), and to determine the pattern of repetition velocity loss during a single set to failure in pulling one's own body mass. Methods: Fifty-two men (age = 26.5 ± 3.9 years, body mass = 74.3 ± 7.2 kg) performed a first evaluation (T1)...
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This study aimed to analyze: 1) the pattern of repetition velocity decline during a single set to failure against different submaximal loads (50-85% 1RM) in the bench press exercise; and 2) the reliability of the percentage of performed repetitions, with respect to the maximum possible number that can be completed, when different magnitudes of velo...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of combined light-load maximal lifting velocity weight training (WT) and plyometric training (PT) with WT alone on strength, jump and sprint performance in semiprofessional soccer players. Design: Experimental, pre-post tests measures. Methods: Thirty adult soccer players were ra...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the changes in the relationships between repeated sprint ability (RSA) and anthropometric measures as well as fitness qualities in soccer players. Twenty-one professional soccer players performed several anthropometric and physical tests including countermovement vertical jumps (CMJs), a straight-line 30 m s...
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The aim of the present study was to compare the effectiveness of low-load, low-volume weight training combined with plyometrics on strength, sprint and jump performance in soccer players of different ages. Eighty-six soccer players from the same academy were categorized into 3 groups by age (under 13 year, U13, n = 30; under 15, U15, n = 28; under...
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Aim: To analyze the effects of two resistance training (RT) programs that used the same relative loading but different repetition volume, using the velocity loss during the set as the independent variable: 15% (VL15) vs. 30% (VL30). Methods: Sixteen professional soccer players with RT experience (age 23.8 ± 3.5 years, body mass 75.5 ± 8.6 kg) we...
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This study aimed to compare the effect of 6 weeks of resistance training or combined resistance training and change of direction exercises on physical performance and motor skills in futsal players. Thirty-four futsal players were divided into full squat group (SG, n = 12), combined full squat and change of direction exercises group (S+CDG, n = 12)...
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This study aimed to analyze perceptual, metabolic and mechanical responses to sprint training sessions. 9 male high-level sprinters performed 40 m running sprints up to a loss of 3% in speed, with 4 min rests between sets. Perceptual (rating of perceived exertion, RPE), mechanical (speed and countermovement jump height loss) and metabolic (blood la...
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The vertical jump is considered an essential motor skill in many team sports. Many protocols have been used to assess vertical jump ability. However, controversy regarding test selection still exists based upon the reliability and specificity of the tests. The main aim of this study was to analyze the reliability and validity of two standardized [C...
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We compared the effects of two resistance training (RT) programs only differing in the repetition velocity loss allowed in each set: 20% (VL20) vs 40% (VL40) on muscle structural and functional adaptations. Twenty-two young males were randomly assigned to a VL20 (n = 12) or VL40 (n = 10) group. Subjects followed an 8-week velocity-based RT program...
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Purpose: 1) to analyze the reliability and validity of a simple computation method to evaluate force (F), velocity (v) and power (P) output during a countermovement jump (CMJ) suitable for use in field conditions; and 2) to verify the validity of this computation method to compute the CMJ Force-velocity (F-v) profile (including unloaded and loaded...
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This study aimed to analyze the effects of resistance training (RT) load on neuromuscular performance. Twenty-seven physically active women were randomly distributed into 3 groups: a low-load group (LLG); a moderate-load group (MLG); and a control group (CG). The RT consisted of full squat exercise with a low load (40-60% 1RM, LLG) or a moderate lo...
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This study compared the time course of recovery following two resistance exercise protocols differing in the number of repetitions per set with regard to the maximum possible (to failure) number. Ten men performed three sets of 6 versus 12 repetitions with their 70% 1RM (3 × 6 [12] versus 3 × 12 [12]) in the bench press (BP) and squat (SQ) exercise...