Isoinertial exercise does not cause clinically significant muscle damage: A pilot study

Scientific Feature about Isoinertial exercise and health.

Published by Dr. Davide Susta and a team of researchers of the Dublin City University on the Journal Cultura, Ciencia y Deporte, January 2014

The aim of the present study is to measure changes in exercise-induced muscle damage and soreness as result of one isoinertial concentric-eccentric maximal exercise session. DESMOTEC DEVICES were used during this research project.

 

Desmotec D.SPORT

ABSTRACT

Eccentric exercise has often been associated with skeletal muscles structural damage and athletes may experience signs and symptoms such as limited range of motio and muscle soreness of the muscles across the joint. The isoinertial modality provides additional eccentric load. To our knowledge, no previous study has investigated thE effect of isoinertial exercise, which consists of both concentric and eccentric muscular actions, on exercise-induced muscle damage. Aim of the present study is to measure
changes in exercise-induced muscle damage and soreness as result of one isoinertial concentric-eccentric maximal exercise session.

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