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Type: Artigo
Title: Greater Eccentric Exercise-induced Muscle Damage By Large Versus Small Range Of Motion With The Same End-point
Author: Fochi
A. G.; Damas
F.; Berton
R.; Alvarez
I; Miquelini
M.; Salvini
T. F.; Libardi
C. A.
Abstract: Several factors can affect the magnitude of eccentric exercise (ECC)-induced muscle damage, but little is known regarding the effect of the range of motion (ROM) in ECC-induced muscle damage. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether elbow flexor ECC with 120 degrees of ROM (from 60 degrees of elbow flexion until elbow full extension - 180 degrees [120ROM]) induces a greater magnitude of muscle damage compared with a protocol with 60 degrees of ROM (120-180 degrees of elbow flexion [60ROM]). Twelve healthy young men (age: 22 +/- 3.1 years; height: 1.75 +/- 0.05 m; body mass: 75.6 +/- 13.6 kg) performed the ECC with 120ROM and 60ROM using different arms in a random order separated by 2 weeks and were tested before and 24, 48, 72 and 96 h after ECC for maximal voluntary isometric contraction torque (MVC-ISO), ROM and muscle soreness. The 120ROM protocol showed greater changes and effect sizes (ES) for MVC-ISO (-35%, ES: 1.97), ROM (-11.5 degrees, ES: 1.27) and muscle soreness (19 mm, ES: 1.18) compared with the 60ROM protocol (-23%, ES: 0.93; -12%, ES: 0.56; 17 degrees, ES: 0.63; 8 mm, ES: 1.07, respectively). In conclusion, ECC of the elbow flexors with 120 degrees of ROM promotes a greater magnitude of muscle damage compared with a protocol with 60 degrees of ROM, even when both protocols are performed at long muscle lengths.
Subject: Muscle Soreness
Lengthening Contractions
Resistance Exercise
Editor: Inst Sport
Warsaw 45
Citation: Biology Of Sport. Inst Sport, v. 33, p. 285 - 289, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.5604/20831862.1208480
Date Issue: 2016
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