EIMD

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AcronymDefinition
EIMDExercise-Induced Muscle Damage
EIMDEchelon Institute of Management Development (Echelon University; Netherlands)
EIMDEuropean Institute for Managing Diversity
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Effects of training on exercise-induced muscle damage and interleukin 6 production.
Recovery From Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage: Cold-Water Immersion Versus Whole-Body Cryotherapy.
Our hypothesis was that the CWI protocol would reduce the inflammatory process and reactive species formation, and would increase antioxidant status and cellular viability after exercise-induced muscle damage compared to passive recovery.
For grading of the exercise-induced muscle damage, a modification of the Peetrons classification was used: grade 0 indicated a negative MRI without any visible pathology, grade I represented edema but no architectural disorganization, grade II indicated architectural disruption indicating partial tear, and grade III indicated total muscle rupture (Peetrons, 2002).
Evidence of the physiotherapeutic interventions used currently after exercise-induced muscle damage: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
Sacco, "Howlong does the protective effect on eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage last?," Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, vol.
Exercise-induced muscle damage is reduced in resistance-trained males by branched chain amino acids: a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study.JIntSoc Sports Nutr.
The use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for exercise-induced muscle damage: Implications for skeletal muscle development.
It was found that supplementation with curcumin reduced these inflammatory markers, supporting the hypothesis that curcumin can reduce inflammation and offset some of the performance deficits associated with eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage. (26)
Investigation of the expression of CR3 on monocytes and concomitant circulating concentrations of CCL4 during recovery from muscle damaging exercise will help us to better understand the processes and mechanisms of exercise-induced muscle damage and subsequent repair.
"Adaptation to exercise-induced muscle damage", Clinical Science, 73: 383-6.
Research demonstrated that orally administered anthocyanins from tart cherries significantly lowered inflammation-induced pain in rats in a dose-dependent manner (3) and that tart cherry juice blend lowered indicators of exercise-induced muscle damage in horses.
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