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Central and Peripheral Fatigue During Resistance Exercise – A Critical Review

exercise. J Appl Physiol, 2008; 105: 1714-1724. Amann M, Proctor LT, Sebranek JJ, Pegelow DF, Dempsey JA. Opioid-mediated muscle afferents inhibit central motor drive and limit peripheral muscle fatigue development in humans. J Physiol, 2009; 587: 271-283. Amann M, Sidhu SK, Weavil JC, Mangum TS, Venturelli M. Autonomic responses to exercise: Group III/IV muscle afferents and fatigue. Aut Neurosci Basic Clin 2015, 188, 19 -Ahizawa N, Fujimura R, Tokuyama K, Suzuki M. A bout of resistance exercise increases urinary calcium independently of

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Aerobic and Anaerobic Energy During Resistance Exercise at 80% 1RM

Precision of the Accumulated Oxygen Deficit Using VO 2 -Power Regression Points from Below and above the Lactate Threshold. J Exerc Physiol, 2002; 5(1): 23-31. Schuenke MD, Mikat RP, McBride JM. Effect of an acute period of resistance exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen uptake: implications for body mass management. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2002; 86(5): 411-7. Scott CB, Croteau A, Ravlo T. Energy Expenditure Before, During, and After the Bench Press. J Strength Cond Res, 2009; 23(2): 611-8. Scott

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Can Energy Cost During Low-Intensity Resistance Exercise be Predicted by the OMNI-RES Scale?

References Baechle TR, Earle RW. National Strength Conditioning Association (U.S.). Essentials of strength training and conditioning, 2000 2nd ed. Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics. Borg GA. Psychophysical bases of perceived exertion. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 1982; 14(5): 377-81. Gearhart RF, Goss FL, Lagally KM, Jakicic JM, Gallagher J, Gallagher KI, et al. Ratings of perceived exertion in active muscle during high-intensity and low-intensity resistance exercise. J Strength Cond Res

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The effects of Panax ginseng supplementation on growth hormone, cortisol and lactate response to high-intensity resistance exercise

hormone, testoster­one, cortisol, and insulin-like growth factor 1 responses to acute resistance exercise. J. Strength Cond. Res., 16(2): 179-183. 23. Kraemer W.J., S.E. Gordon, S.J. Fleck, L. Marchitelli, R. Mello, J.E. Dziados, K. Friedl, E. Harman, C. Maresh, A.C. Fry (1991) Endogenous anabolic hormonal and growth factor responses to heavy resistance exercise in males and females. Int. J. Sports Med., 12(02): 228-235. 24. Kraemer W.J., K. Häkkinen, R.U. Newton, B.C. Nindl, J.S. Volek, M. McCormick, L.A. Gotshalk, S.E. Gordon, S

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Influence of Resistance Training on Blood Pressure in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome and Menopause

-151 Gearhart RF Jr, Lagally KM, Riechman SE, Andrews RD, Robertson RJ. Strength tracking using the OMNI resistance exercise scale in older men and women. J Strength Cond Res, 2009; 23: 1011-1015 Grizzo CG, de Moraes FCL, Kanegusuku H, da Rocha CM, Riani CLA, Wolosker N, Kalil Filho R, de Fátima Nunes Marucci M, Mendes Ritti-Dias R. Effects of walking and strength training on resting and exercise cardiovascular responses in patients with intermittent claudication. Vasa, 2011; 40: 390-397 Hagberg JM, Park JJ, Brown MD. The role of exercise

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Can Different Complex Training Improve the Individual Phenomenon of Post-Activation Potentiation?

also induces muscular fatigue (Kilduff et al., 2007) . Therefore, muscle performance following heavy load exercise depends on the balance between PAP and fatigue (Kilduff et al., 2007) . Previous studies have attempted to use different conditioning exercises (e.g. resistance exercise [RE], plyometric exercise [PE] and whole body vibration [WBV]) to increase the PAP leading motor performance (e.g. VJ performance); however, the results obtained are contradictory. Some studies have shown a subsequent improvement in VJ following RE, PE and WBV ( Chen et al., 2013

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Does Tempo of Resistance Exercise Impact Training Volume?

, examinations of other variables (such as movement speed) of resistance exercise is needed, because they can significantly influence training adaptations. Despite numerous scientific studies on resistance training, only few have analysed the effects of movement tempo (cadence) on adaptive processes in terms of strength, muscle power or muscle hypertrophy ( Hatfield et al., 2006 ; Headley et al., 2011 ; Hunter et al., 2003 ; Keeler et al., 2001 ; Sakamoto and Sinclair, 2006 ; Westcott et al., 2001 ; Golas et al., 2016 ; Maszczyk et al., 2016 ; Wilk et al., 2018 ). The

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Effectiveness of Whey Protein Hydrolysate and Milk-Based Formulated Drinks on Recovery of Strength and Power Following Acute Resistance Exercise

Introduction Resistance training is considered an integral part of the structured regimen of many athletes ( Gee et al., 2011b ). However, researchers have shown that acute bouts of intensive resistance exercise result in transient muscle soreness (< 48 h) and decrements in various aspects of athletic muscle function such as jump height, force production, and upper-body power-producing ability ( Gee et al., 2011a , 2012 , 2016 ; Hoffman et al., 2010 ). The magnitude of such decrements in muscular function has commonly been reported as 5-7% below baseline

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Oxygen Uptake and Heart Rate Kinetics after Different Types of Resistance Exercise

, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi S. Parasympathetic reactivation after repeated sprint exercise. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2007; 293: H133-141 Buitrago S, Wirtz N, Yue Z, Kleinoder H, Mester J. Effects of load and training modes on physiological and metabolic responses in resistance exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2011; 117(7): 2739-2748 Castinheiras Neto AG, Silva NL, Farinatti PTV. Influence of resistance training variables on post-exercise oxygen consumption: a systematic review. Rev Bras Med Esporte, 2009; 15(1): 70-78 Cohen

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An Efficient Method of Key-Frame Extraction Based on a Cluster Algorithm

References Abernethy PJ, Jürimäe J, Logan PA, Taylor AW, Thayer RE. Acute and chronic response of skeletal muscle to resistance exercise. Sports Med, 1994; 17: 22-38 Baechle TR, Earle RW, Wathen D. Resistance training. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. Baechle TR, and Earle RW, eds. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 381-412; 2008 Baldwin KM, Haddad F. Effects of different activity and inactivity paradigms on myosin heavy chain gene expression in striated muscle. J Appl Physiol, 2001; 90

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