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Does Eccentric-Only and Concentric-Only Activation Increase Power Output?

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Summary of "Does Eccentric-Only and Concentric-Only Activation Increase Power Output?"

The aim of study was to evaluate changes in power output and bar velocity in the bench press throw (BPT) following the bench press exercise as a conditioning activity (CA) with concentric only (CONONLY) and eccentric only (ECCONLY) contractions.

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Name: Medicine and science in sports and exercise
ISSN: 1530-0315
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