Effectiveness of eccentric, concentric, and combined resistance training programs on development of functional strength in college age females
Laméy, Timothy A.
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SubjectResistance training.; Strength training.; Muscle strength.; Exercise -- Physiological aspects.
"Purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of three different lower extremity resistance training programs in developing functional strength in college-age females. The three resistance training programs were differentiated by the contractile modes involved: eccentric, concentric, or combined eccentric and concentric. Ten college-age females were randomly assigned into one of three resistance training groups or a control group. The study showed that resistance training programs have a transfer of training effect to functional strength. However the gain in functional strength was not significantly different between the three resistance training groups."