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The rate of force development measured during CMJ also increased after SMFR, reaching statistical significance at 200 ms from force onset at POST 3h (+38.9%, p=0.024).
The hand of the assessed side was connected to a cable that was instrumented with the same strain gauge used in the tethered swimming test to enable the peak force and rate of force development to be determined.
(2) Dancers may be similar to these types of jumping athletes; however, no studies have reported specifically on isometric muscle force, rate of force development, or musculo-articular stiffness in dancers.
In a study conducted by Wallace, Winchester and Mcguigan, the effect of elastic bands on peak force, peak power, and peak rate of force development during the barbell back squat exercise was investigated.
It was interfaced with a personal computer running custom LabVIEW software (version 2013, National Instruments, Austin, TX) that collected and analyzed dependent variables of peak ground reaction force (GRF) and rate of force development (RFD).
Motor unit synchronization enhances the rate of force development, i.e., the speed with which a lifting movement or athletic skill is performed.
The maximum force that can be generated by muscles in lifting weight (1 RM) depends on the maximal rate of force development, the synchronization and speed of the recruitment of motor units, the maximal force of certain motor unit groups, muscle density, intramuscular coordination, and intermuscular coordination (2, 4, 12-16, 18, 20).
The first aim was to examine the association of absolute and relative lower body muscle force characteristics (maximum muscle force and different rate of force development indicators), on kinematic component which determine the start performance in elite male swimmers.
Seventy-seven female office workers (25-46yrs) with and without neck/ shoulder pain were observed with respect to self-reported pain (NRS101), pressure-pain threshold (PPT), maximum voluntary contraction (Fmax) and rate of force development (RFD) at baseline (pre-intervention), immediately post-intervention and 48 hours post-intervention.
An athlete's power capacity includes "maximum strength, high load speed strength, low load speed strength, rate of force development, reactive strength, skill performance, and power endurance." (Hori & Stone, 2004, p.
"Ballistic training creates a maximal rate of force development," says Jake Wehrell, director of marketing for Genetic Potential, makers of Vertimax, the market leader in jump trainers.