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(2005) Influence of contraction velocity in untrained individuals over the initial early phase of resistance training.
The use of isovolumic contraction velocity to determine right ventricular state of contractility and filling pressures: a pulsed Doppler tissue imaging study.
Based on empirical evidence, indeed, both position stands and systematic reviews agree in recommending 3 to 5 minutes as the rest interval that allows for greater repetitions over multiple sets when training with loads between 50% and 90% of 1RM performed at a fast contraction velocity (34, 35).
In particular, in this work, we have evaluated the syncytium contraction in terms of maximum contraction displacement [pixel], contractility (maximum contraction velocity) [pixel/s], and contraction acceleration [pixel/[s.sup.2]].
Fukunaga, "In vivo estimation of contraction velocity of human vastus lateralis muscle during 'isokinetic' action," Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.
Hontanilla and Marre compared the results of using the hypoglossal nerve (n = 25) and the masseteric nerve (n = 21), using commissural displacement and contraction velocity as outcomes measures.
Figure 4 presents the results for 2 parameters relative amplitude (RA) and contraction velocity (CV), which were proven to be significantly statistically different (p < 0.05).
The simulations were carried out by decreasing maximum isometric muscle forces, maximum muscle contraction velocity, passive muscle strain, ratio of maximum lengthening muscle force to isometric force and increasing deactivation time constant.
For example, previous researchers have reported that as contraction velocity increases, SEMG-AMP can either increase (plateauing at about 3000 s-1) (Coburn et al., 2005) or decrease (Croce & Miller, 2006); and, as muscle force increases, SEMG-PSD can either increase (Karlsson & Gerdle, 2001), decrease (Komi & Viitsalo, 1976), does not show any particular relationship against force (Masuda et al., 2001), or is muscle fiber-type dependent (Bilodeau et al., 2003).
Type I fibers, called slow oxidative (SO), have slow contraction velocity, oxidative metabolism, large amounts of myoglobin and adaptation to endurance activities; oxidative phosphorylation of fatty acids is their main energy source.
The team found that gene transfer "...resulted in an increase in both protein expression and pump activity...induced a faster contraction velocity...and enhanced relaxation velocity."