Prevention of Muscular Distress after Exercise

A four-minute standard exercise consisting of wrist hyperextension every two seconds with 9 1/2 pounds of resistance was administered to 17 subjects

Herbert A. Devries

2018

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  • A four-minute standard exercise consisting of wrist hyperextension every two seconds with 9 1/2 pounds of resistance was administered to 17 subjects
  • Observations of muscular distress were made on both arms during the exercise and at 4, 8, 24, 48, and 72 hours after the exercise
  • Lesser magnitudes of muscular distress were found in the experimental arm at the 24- and 48-hour observations, at the .01 and .05 levels of confidence respectively
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