Eccentric Muscle Training in Sports and Orthopaedics By Mark Albert
Eccentric Muscle Training in Sports and Orthopaedics
by Mark Albert
This manual covers the concepts and techniques of muscle strengthening using dynamic and isokinetic equipment. It describes and illustrates the scientific and clinical rationale for eccentric muscle training from the perspectives of the literature, functional importance and clinical experience.
Introduction. Motor Controlof Eccentric Muscle Activity. Physiologic and Clinical Principles of Eccentrics. Eccentrics : Clinical Program Design and Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Plyometrics. Inertial Training Concepts. Eccentric Isokinetics. Free Weight Training
Eccentric Muscle Training in Sports and Orthopaedics by Mark Albert
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Elsevier Health Sciences
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