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[Strength training with superimposed vibrations].

[Strength training with superimposed vibrations]. To examine the effects of strength training with superimposed vibrations ten subjects trained over a period of six weeks (three sessions per week) one leg with back squats and superimposed vibrations and the other leg with traditional squats. In each training session participants performed 4 sets with 8-12 repetitions. Before and after the training period maximum strength and rate of force development were measured. The results show that both training modes induced comparable and statistical significant increases in maximum strength (vibration training +6.5%, traditional training +6.2%. The slight increases in rate of force development in both groups didn't reach statistical significance. As a consequence it seems that strength training with superimposed vibrations for the leg extensor chain is not superior to a traditional training mode. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Sportverletzung Sportschaden : Organ der Gesellschaft fur Orthopadisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin Pubmed

[Strength training with superimposed vibrations].

Sportverletzung Sportschaden : Organ der Gesellschaft fur Orthopadisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin , Volume 15 (1): 7 – Jun 7, 2001

[Strength training with superimposed vibrations].


Abstract

To examine the effects of strength training with superimposed vibrations ten subjects trained over a period of six weeks (three sessions per week) one leg with back squats and superimposed vibrations and the other leg with traditional squats. In each training session participants performed 4 sets with 8-12 repetitions. Before and after the training period maximum strength and rate of force development were measured. The results show that both training modes induced comparable and statistical significant increases in maximum strength (vibration training +6.5%, traditional training +6.2%. The slight increases in rate of force development in both groups didn't reach statistical significance. As a consequence it seems that strength training with superimposed vibrations for the leg extensor chain is not superior to a traditional training mode.

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ISSN
0932-0555
DOI
10.1055/s-2001-11958
pmid
11338657

Abstract

To examine the effects of strength training with superimposed vibrations ten subjects trained over a period of six weeks (three sessions per week) one leg with back squats and superimposed vibrations and the other leg with traditional squats. In each training session participants performed 4 sets with 8-12 repetitions. Before and after the training period maximum strength and rate of force development were measured. The results show that both training modes induced comparable and statistical significant increases in maximum strength (vibration training +6.5%, traditional training +6.2%. The slight increases in rate of force development in both groups didn't reach statistical significance. As a consequence it seems that strength training with superimposed vibrations for the leg extensor chain is not superior to a traditional training mode.

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Sportverletzung Sportschaden : Organ der Gesellschaft fur Orthopadisch-Traumatologische SportmedizinPubmed

Published: Jun 7, 2001

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