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Thus, the objective of this study was to verify the number of sessions required for the familiarization to 1-RM tests in physically active men with previous experience with weightlifting.
Bioenergética y Testeo Muscular
Los tests fueran ejecutados en cuatro sesiones, intervaladas en cada horas. Body composition from fluid spaces and density: In this context, the Bland and Altman 15 plotting was used in the present study, once it is a statistical resource that allows the analysis of concordance between measures obtained in the different 1-RM tests sessions.
Besides, when the exercises to be tested involve large muscular groups, a longer familiarization period seems to be necessary when compared to exercises involving small muscular groups. The subjects were oriented to try to accomplish two repetitions.
All subjects were submitted to four 1-RM tests sessions in bench press, squat and arm curl exercises, in this order respectively, with hours interval between each session for the evaluation of the muscular strength. The subjects, after being previously informed of the purposes of this investigation and about procedures to which they testfo be submitted, signed a free consent form.
Among the several training means for the development of the muscular strength, the weightlifting is emphasized. Chestnut JL, Docherty D.
These findings are quite interesting, once most studies using 1-RM tests for the evaluation of the muscular strength levels available in literature bring no information on the adoption of previous familiarization procedures of subjects to these types of tests in their experimental description. It was verified in all exercises studied that the average difference central line and the space comprised between the concordance limits upper and lower lines were relatively small, above all when analyzed based on other paired comparisons table 3.
Unfortunately, this hypothesis was not tested in the present study and further investigations are suggested. The test-retest coefficient exceeded 0. However, the number of familiarization sessions required for the loads stabilization was lower in young women when compared with elderly women andrespectively.
These results are in agreement with findings by Cronin and Henderson 7who verified temporal differences for the familiarization to the 1-RM test in bench press and squat exercises that, according to the authors, could be attributed to differences in the size of the agonistic muscular groups involved in the execution of each one of these exercises, or even to the different complexity levels of the execution techniques.
The differences between the present study and the study by Ploutz-Snyder and Giamis 8 may be attributed, at least in part, to the types of exercises and equipments used, to gender and to the different trainability levels and samples used in each study, once this study investigated young men only with previous experience with weight exercises.
Data were initially treated based on descriptive procedures and the information was processed in the Statistica version 5. However, it seems that the temporal pattern of the familiarization process is below the pattern previously verified in other studies involving untrained subjects with regard to this type of physical exercise. The results of the present study indicated significant increases on the muscular strength between different sessions of 1-RM tests in exercises bench press, squat and arm curl in subjects with previous experience with weight exercises.
Training of muscle strength and power: The results suggest, for an adequate evaluation of the muscular strength of young adult men with previous experience with weightlifting, at least three familiarization sessions in 1-RM tests for bench press and squat exercises and two sessions for arm curl. One of these mechanisms, the co-activation of the antagonistic muscles to the movement performed, was corroborated by Carolan and Cafarelli 25who verified, after eight weeks of training with weights, significant increases on the legs extension and strength concomitantly with the reduction on the co-activation of the antagonistic muscles thigh flexors.
Rev Bras Med Esporte ;9: Neural adaptations with chronic physical activity. These results indicate that the lack of previous familiarization to procedures involving musculsr performance of 1-RM tests may impair the analysis of information, especially in follow-up studies. The information obtained in this study indicates that the previous familiarization to 1-RM tests is vital for the analysis of the muscular strength including individuals with previous experience teste weightlifting.
Moritani T, Devries HA. Thus, the objective of this study was to investigate the impact of the familiarization process on the muscular strength assessment in 1-RM tests. How to cite this tesgeo. In case two repetitions were accomplished at the first attempt, or even if no repetition was accomplished at all, a second attempt was performed after a minutes recovery interval with load above first possibility or below second possibility that employed in the previous attempt.
Besides, the subjects performed the tests at the same period of the day morning, afternoon or evening and were kept ttesteo the practice of physical exercises during the experimental period.
The results from table 3 demonstrate that both the average difference and the confidence interval, comprised between the concordance limits, were reduced in sessions where the 1-RM stabilization occurred, when compared with the other pairs of attempts. Human Kinetics Books, Neural factors versus hypertrophy in the time course of muscle strength gains. Three measures were taken in each anatomic point abdomen, suprailliac, medial axillary, subscapular, triceps, chest and thigh in rotational sequence at the right side of the body, where the average value was recorded.
Int J Sports Med ;7 Suppl 1: Changes in isometric force and relaxation-time, electromyographic and muscle fibre characteristics of human skeletal muscle during strength training and detraining.
Muscular strength is an important component of the physical fitness related to health, besides playing relevant role in the physical performance in several sports modalities. Although the use of maximum repetition tests 1-RM is frequent for assessment of the muscular strength, one believes that the results obtained may be affected by the lack of previous familiarization, even in skilled subjects in exercises with weights.
Therefore, the performance of two to three familiarization sessions in adult men with previous experience with weightlifting is suggested for a more accurate muscular strength assessment by means of the 1-RM tests. Anthropometry The body mass was measured in digital platform balance label Uranomodel PS with accuracy of 0. Int J Sports Med ;8: J Strength Cond Res ; Res Q Exerc Sport ; The effects of 4 and 10 repetition maximum weight-training protocols on neuromuscular adaptations in untrained men.
Influence of maturation on relationship of skinfolds to body density: The tests were performed in four sessions with intervals every hours.