Measurement of Training Intensity and Work During Submaximal Isokinetic Progressive Resistance Training Protocols
Barchha, Pritesh 2015. Measurement of Training Intensity and Work During Submaximal Isokinetic Progressive Resistance Training Protocols. MPhil Thesis University of East London Health, Sports and Bioscience
Physical exercise programmes are routinely prescribed in clinical practice to treat impairments, improve activity and participation in daily life because of their known physiological, health and psychological benefits (RCP, 2009). Progressive resistance exercise is a type of exercise prescribed specifically to improve skeletal muscle strength (Latham et al., 2004). The effectiveness of progressive resistance exercise varies considerably between studies and populations. This thesis focuses on how training parameters influence the delivery of progressive resistance exercise. In order to appropriately evaluate the influence of training parameters, this thesis argues the need to record training performance and the total work completed by participants as prescribed by training protocols.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.15123/PUB.5222|
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|Deposited||13 Sep 2016|
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