A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises

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Title translated into German:Ein Vergleich der elektromyographischen Aktivität von Gluteus maximus , Bizeps femoris und Vastus lateralis beim Back Squat und dem Barbell Hip Thrust
Author:Contreras, Bret; Vigotsky, Andrew D.; Schoenfeld, Brad J.; Beardsley, Chris; Cronin, John
Published in:Journal of applied biomechanics
Published:31 (2015), 6, S. 452–458, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1065-8483, 1543-2688
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title A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises
spellingShingle A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises
Bewegungslehre
Biomechanik
Elektromyographie
Kniebeuge
Krafttraining
M. biceps femoris
M. gluteus maximus
M. vastus lateralis
Muskelaktivität
Trainingswissenschaft
title_sort a comparison of gluteus maximus biceps femoris and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises
title_short A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises
title_alt Ein Vergleich der elektromyographischen Aktivität von Gluteus maximus , Bizeps femoris und Vastus lateralis beim Back Squat und dem Barbell Hip Thrust
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Elektronische Ressource (online)
Gedruckte Ressource
city Champaign
abstract The back squat and barbell hip thrust are both popular exercises used to target the lower body musculature; however, these exercises have yet to be compared. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to compare the surface electromyographic (EMG) activity of the upper and lower gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis between the back squat and barbell hip thrust. Thirteen trained women (n = 13; age = 28.9 years; height = 164 cm; mass = 58.2 kg) performed estimated 10-repetition maximums (RM) in the back squat and barbell hip thrust. The barbell hip thrust elicited significantly greater mean (69.5% vs 29.4%) and peak (172% vs 84.9%) upper gluteus maximus, mean (86.8% vs 45.4%) and peak (216% vs 130%) lower gluteus maximus, and mean (40.8% vs 14.9%) and peak (86.9% vs 37.5%) biceps femoris EMG activity than the back squat. There were no significant differences in mean (99.5% vs 110%) or peak (216% vs 244%) vastus lateralis EMG activity. The barbell hip thrust activates the gluteus maximus and biceps femoris to a greater degree than the back squat when using estimated 10RM loads. Longitudinal training studies are needed to determine if this enhanced activation correlates with increased strength, hypertrophy, and performance.
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author2 Contreras, Bret
Vigotsky, Andrew D.
Schoenfeld, Brad J.
Beardsley, Chris
Cronin, John
author_facet Contreras, Bret
Vigotsky, Andrew D.
Schoenfeld, Brad J.
Beardsley, Chris
Cronin, John
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Autor
Autor
Autor
Autor
author_author_facet Contreras, Bret
Vigotsky, Andrew D.
Schoenfeld, Brad J.
Beardsley, Chris
Cronin, John
spelling Contreras, Bret
Vigotsky, Andrew D.
Schoenfeld, Brad J.
Beardsley, Chris
Cronin, John





1065-8483
1543-2688
1145288-2
http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jab.2014-0301
Bewegungslehre
Biomechanik
Elektromyographie
Kniebeuge
Krafttraining
M. biceps femoris
M. gluteus maximus
M. vastus lateralis
Muskelaktivität
Trainingswissenschaft
biomechanics
electromyography
m. biceps femoris
m. gluteus maximus
m. vastus lateralis
movement theory
muscle activity
squat
strength training
training theory
Bewegung, physikalische
Merkmal, biomechanisches
Biokinematik
Prinzip, biomechanisches
Bewegungsforschung
Bewegungstheorie
Kräftigung
Kraftschulung
Muskelkrafttraining
Krafttraining, spezielles
Muskelkräftigung
Gesäßmuskulatur
Muskelaktion
Amplitude
Elektromyogramm
EMG
Trainingsforschung
Trainingstheorie
movement science
resistance training
greatest gluteal muscle
biceps muscle of thigh
vastus lateralis muscle
training science
theory of training
science of training
A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in the back squat and barbell hip thrust exercises
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doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jab.2014-0301
url https://dx.doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jab.2014-0301
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topic Bewegungslehre
Biomechanik
Elektromyographie
Kniebeuge
Krafttraining
M. biceps femoris
M. gluteus maximus
M. vastus lateralis
Muskelaktivität
Trainingswissenschaft
topic_facet Bewegungslehre
Biomechanik
Elektromyographie
Kniebeuge
Krafttraining
M. biceps femoris
M. gluteus maximus
M. vastus lateralis
Muskelaktivität
Trainingswissenschaft
topic_en biomechanics
electromyography
m. biceps femoris
m. gluteus maximus
m. vastus lateralis
movement theory
muscle activity
squat
strength training
training theory
topic_en_facet biomechanics
electromyography
m. biceps femoris
m. gluteus maximus
m. vastus lateralis
movement theory
muscle activity
squat
strength training
training theory
synonym Bewegung, physikalische
Merkmal, biomechanisches
Biokinematik
Prinzip, biomechanisches
Bewegungsforschung
Bewegungstheorie
Kräftigung
Kraftschulung
Muskelkrafttraining
Krafttraining, spezielles
Muskelkräftigung
Gesäßmuskulatur
Muskelaktion
Amplitude
Elektromyogramm
EMG
Trainingsforschung
Trainingstheorie
synonym_en movement science
resistance training
greatest gluteal muscle
biceps muscle of thigh
vastus lateralis muscle
training science
theory of training
science of training
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