Sergio Miras-Moreno

Sergio Miras-Moreno
University of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Educación Física y Deportiva

PhD Student

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Velocity-Based Training.

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Publications (11)
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Objective: To explore (1) the goodness of fit of generalized and individualized relationships between the maximum number of repetitions performed to failure (RTF) and the fastest mean velocity and peak velocity of the sets (RTF-velocity relationships), (2) the between-sessions reliability of mean velocity and peak velocity values associated with d...
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The present study investigates the effect of an acute intake of caffeine on the diurnal variation of neuromuscular performance in resistance-trained women. A total of 15 resistance-trained women participated in the current triple-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover experimental study. We assessed neuromuscular performance (i.e., ballistic (counter...
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BACKGROUND: While linear transducers are the most accurate velocity monitoring devices, the horizontal motion of the barbell seems to affect its measurement error. OBJECTIVE: To explore the effect of cable inclination of the GymAware and T-Force linear transducers on the intra-session reliability and magnitude of kinematic variables during the Smi...
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Velocity-based training is a contemporary resistance training method, which uses lifting velocity to prescribe and assess the effects of training. However, the high cost of velocity monitoring devices can limit their use among strength and conditioning professionals. Therefore, this study aimed to examine the reliability and concurrent validity of...
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This study aimed to explore the relationship between the inter-limb differences in unilateral countermovement (CMJ) height and the 15 inter-limb differences in bilateral CMJ force production, and to elucidate whether the self-reported preferred leg contributes more to force production than the non-preferred leg. Twenty-three senior basketball playe...
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This study aimed to compare the between-session reliability of performance and asymmetry variables between unilateral and bilateral standing broad jumps (SBJ). Twenty-four amateur basketball players (12 males and females) completed two identical sessions which consisted of four unilateral SBJs (two with each leg) and two bilateral SBJs. Mean and pe...
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This study explored the impact of different frequencies of knowledge of results (KR) on velocity performance during ballistic training. Fifteen males completed four identical sessions (3 sets of 6 repetitions at 30%1RM during the countermovement jump and bench press throw) with the only difference of the KR condition provided: no feedback, velocity...
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This study examined the effects of providing instantaneous velocity feedback (knowledge of results [KR]) on velocity maintenance across multiple sets during strength-oriented and power-oriented resistance training (RT) sessions. Seventeen males completed two strength-oriented RT sessions (4 sets of 5 repetitions at 75% of one-repetition maximum [1R...
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This study aimed to determine whether the verbal provision of velocity performance feedback during the free-weight bench press (BP) exercise influences (I) the within-session reliability and magnitude of mean concentric velocity (MCV) values recorded against a range of submaximal loads, and (II) the accuracy of the individualized load-velocity prof...
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Resumen: Las múltiples ventajas que aporta un buen control de la carga y la fatiga tanto en deportes de equipo como individuales son conocidas, aunque es importante determinar si un mismo método de control puede ser utilizado para cualquier tipo de deporte, ya que cada uno posee unas demandas metabólicas y neuromusculares diferentes. El objetivo de...

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We aim to explore the suitability of using movement velocity as a variable for monitoring and prescribing resistance training programs.