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Structure of force variability during squats performed with an inertial flywheel device under stable versus unstable surfaces

Author
Moras, G.; Vázquez, J.; Fernández-Valdés, B.; Rosas-Casals, M.; Weakley, J.; Jones, B.; Sampaio, J.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Human movement science
Date of publication
2019-08
Volume
66
First page
497
Last page
503
DOI
10.1016/j.humov.2019.05.022
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/143195 Open in new window
URL
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0167945719300223 Open in new window
Abstract
The use of unstable surfaces during resistance training has demonstrated a maintenance or reduction on force production. However, the use of unstable surface on force variability has not been assessed using non-linear methods that may be better suited to detect changes in movement variability throughout a given movement. Consequently, this study compared the use of stable vs unstable surfaces on force variability during bilateral squats performed with an inertial flywheel device (Eccoteck, Byome...
Citation
Moras, G. [et al.]. Structure of force variability during squats performed with an inertial flywheel device under stable versus unstable surfaces. "Human movement science", Agost 2019, vol. 66, p. 497-503.
Keywords
Eccentric, Instability, Performance analysis, Resistance training, Sample entropy, Strength training
Group of research
SUMMLab - Sustainability Measurement and Modelin Lab

Participants

  • Moras, Gerard  (author)
  • Vázquez Guerrero, Jairo  (author)
  • Fernández-Valdés, Bruno  (author)
  • Rosas Casals, Marti  (author)
  • Weakley, Jonathon  (author)
  • Jones, Ben  (author)
  • Sampaio, Jaime  (author)