Lunge exercises with blood-flow restriction induces post-activation potentiation and improves vertical jump performance.

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Summary of "Lunge exercises with blood-flow restriction induces post-activation potentiation and improves vertical jump performance."

This study examined the post-activation potentiation effects of body-weight lunge exercises with blood-flow restriction on jump performance. Eighteen anaerobically trained men took part in this study across 3 weeks.


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Name: European journal of applied physiology
ISSN: 1439-6327


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