Hortobágyi, Tibor

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Incorporating a visuomotor skill task with resistance training does not increase strength gains in healthy young adults 2012 128380 Resistance training causes well-documented adaptations in the nervous system and increases maximal voluntary force of healthy human skeletal muscle in the trained and also of the same muscle in untrained limb. It is also well known that practice of a...
Influence of training history and contraction velocity on hamstring muscle coactivation during maximal effort knee extension 2012 128380 When a muscle produces voluntary force muscles on the opposite side of the joint the antagonists are also activated. While coactivation of the knee flexors during knee extension is presumed to increase joint stability by decreasing anterior shear for...
Task Specific Effects of Unilateral Eccentric and Concentric Exercise on Spinal Excitability of the Contralateral Homologous Plantar Flexors. 2011 128380 It is well established that resistance training increases the size and strength of the trained muscles. It is also known that unilateral muscle contractions can produce strength gains in the non-exercised contralateral homologous muscle. This effect ...