The purpose of this investigation was to determine if CrS, with a post-exercise CrS supplementation protocol, will reduce indices of muscle damage and increases the rate of force recovery of the elbow flexor muscles following eccentrically-induced muscle damage.
What does EF stand for?
EF stands for Elbow Flexor
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- Eagle Forum
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- Education First (internation English school)
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- Educational Forum
- Ejection Fraction
- Ejection Fraction (cardiology)
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The study participants performed five sets of 10 maximal eccentric contractions of the elbow flexor immediately after ingestion of the tart cherry gel or placebo.
In a study to investigate the interrater reliability of the MMAS in the assessment of elbow flexor spasticity, inexperienced raters tested 21 adult patients with stroke.
Isolated bicep contraction with non-dominant elbow flexors was performed by all participants using a preacher's bench and a dumbbell.
In the study, 22 college-age adults performed isometric contractions of the left elbow flexor muscle at an intensity equal to a quarter of their maximal voluntary contraction held until task failure.
Time to failure and electromyogram activity were measured during 2 types of sustained submaximal contractions with the elbow flexors that required each subject to exert the same net muscle torque with the forearm in 2 different postures.
Previous research has been limited to the effect of eccentric exercise on torque production of the elbow flexor and knee extensor musculature.
In a study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, 30 young adults spent 15 minutes daily over 12 weeks imagining using one of two muscles: the abductor digiti minimi in their pinkie fingers, or the elbow flexor muscle.