Short-term effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic Performance. A randomized controlled trial. Part I

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Title translated into German:Der kurzfristige Effekt von Krafttraining mit und ohne zusätzlicher Elektrostimulation auf die Muskelkraft und die anaerobe Leistung. Ein randomisierter, kontrollierter Versuch. Teil I
Author:Herrero, Azael J.; Martín, Juan; Martín, Teresa; Abadía, Olaia; Fernández, Beatriz; García-López, David
Published in:Journal of strength and conditioning research
Published:24 (2010), 6, S. 1609-1615, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1064-8011, 1533-4287
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title Short-term effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic Performance. A randomized controlled trial. Part I
spellingShingle Short-term effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic Performance. A randomized controlled trial. Part I
Elektrostimulation
Kapazität, anaerobe
Krafttraining
Leistungsphysiologie
Muskelkraft
Sportmedizin
Trainingswirkung
Trainingswissenschaft
title_sort shortterm effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic performance a randomized controlled trial part i
title_short Short-term effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic Performance. A randomized controlled trial. Part I
title_alt Der kurzfristige Effekt von Krafttraining mit und ohne zusätzlicher Elektrostimulation auf die Muskelkraft und die anaerobe Leistung. Ein randomisierter, kontrollierter Versuch. Teil I
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media_type Gedruckte Ressource
city Colorado Springs
abstract The purpose of this study was to compare strength training with and without superimposed electromyostimulation (EMS) on muscle strength and anaerobic power. Twenty-eight subjects were assigned to: weight + EMS (ES), weight (VOL), or control group (CG). ES and VOL performed 4 training sessions per week during 4 weeks on a knee extension machine (8 sets; 8 repetitions; 1-second concentric phase from 90[degrees] to 0[degrees], 1-second eccentric phase from 0[degrees] to 90[degrees], 1-second rest at 90[degrees]; 3-minute rest between sets; 70% maximal voluntary contraction). Group ES received EMS in the concentric phase of each action (120 Hz, 400 microseconds). Before training, after training, and 2 weeks after the end of the training (detraining), maximal voluntary contraction, squat jump, countermovement jump (CMJ), countermovement jump with free arms (CMJA), and 20-m sprint time were analyzed. After the training period, ES and VOL increased their muscle strength (40.2% and 31.4%, respectively, p < 0.001). After the detraining period, this gain remained above baseline values for ES and VOL (49.1% and 24.5%, respectively, p < 0.001). Changes in muscle strength between baseline and detraining were higher in ES than in VOL (p < 0.01). Anaerobic performance was not affected by training in any group, but percentage change between baseline and after training suggests that the CMJ and CMJA with free arms performance were impaired in ES with respect to VOL and CG. Superimposed EMS onto voluntary contractions increases strength more than voluntary training alone; nevertheless, a detraining period should be respected to observe this delayed adaptation. To improve anaerobic power with superimposed EMS, a complementary and specific work such as plyometrics should be carried out. Verf.-Referat
abstract_lang eng
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author2 Herrero, Azael J.
Martín, Juan
Martín, Teresa
Abadía, Olaia
Fernández, Beatriz
García-López, David
author_facet Herrero, Azael J.
Martín, Juan
Martín, Teresa
Abadía, Olaia
Fernández, Beatriz
García-López, David
author2-role Autor
Autor
Autor
Autor
Autor
Autor
author_author_facet Herrero, Azael J.
Martín, Juan
Martín, Teresa
Abadía, Olaia
Fernández, Beatriz
García-López, David
spelling Herrero, Azael J.
Martín, Juan
Martín, Teresa
Abadía, Olaia
Fernández, Beatriz
García-López, David






1064-8011
1533-4287
1156349-7
Elektrostimulation
Kapazität, anaerobe
Krafttraining
Leistungsphysiologie
Muskelkraft
Sportmedizin
Trainingswirkung
Trainingswissenschaft
anaerobic capacity
electrostimulation
exercise physiology
muscle strength
sports medicine
strength training
training effect
training theory
Kräftigung
Kraftschulung
Muskelkrafttraining
Krafttraining, spezielles
Muskelkräftigung
Trainingsforschung
Trainingstheorie
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Arbeitsphysiologie
Physiologie
Sportphysiologie
Kraft
Leistungsfähigkeit, anaerobe
Kapazität
Trainingseffekt
Trainingserfolg
resistance training
training science
theory of training
science of training
physiology of exercise
performance physiology
muscle force
Short-term effect of strength training with and without superimposed electrical stimulation on muscle strength and anaerobic Performance. A randomized controlled trial. Part I
PU201103002288
201103002288
issn 1064-8011
1533-4287
zdb 1156349-7
topic Elektrostimulation
Kapazität, anaerobe
Krafttraining
Leistungsphysiologie
Muskelkraft
Sportmedizin
Trainingswirkung
Trainingswissenschaft
topic_facet Elektrostimulation
Kapazität, anaerobe
Krafttraining
Leistungsphysiologie
Muskelkraft
Sportmedizin
Trainingswirkung
Trainingswissenschaft
topic_en anaerobic capacity
electrostimulation
exercise physiology
muscle strength
sports medicine
strength training
training effect
training theory
topic_en_facet anaerobic capacity
electrostimulation
exercise physiology
muscle strength
sports medicine
strength training
training effect
training theory
synonym Kräftigung
Kraftschulung
Muskelkrafttraining
Krafttraining, spezielles
Muskelkräftigung
Trainingsforschung
Trainingstheorie
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Arbeitsphysiologie
Physiologie
Sportphysiologie
Kraft
Leistungsfähigkeit, anaerobe
Kapazität
Trainingseffekt
Trainingserfolg
synonym_en resistance training
training science
theory of training
science of training
physiology of exercise
performance physiology
muscle force
journal_facet Journal of strength and conditioning research
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