eccentric exercise


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eccentric exercise

An exercise in which there is overall lengthening of the muscle in response to an external resistance.
See: concentric muscle contraction; eccentric muscle contraction
See also: exercise
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The term eccentric exercise refers to muscular activation during muscle lengthening (e.g., the biceps is activated eccentrically when a dumbbell is slowly lowered from the shoulder to the waist).
The main conclusions of this study are based on outcome measurements taken at four months, which showed no significant difference between eccentric exercise and SWT in the treatment of Achilles tendinopathy.
Immediately after standardized eccentric exercise, a conventional sports compression garment, compression class I (Compression Sock Run & Walk, 18-21 mmHg, 97% polyamide, 7% elastane, Bauerfeind AG, Zeulenroda-Triebes, Germany) was placed according to the manufacturer's instructions on one randomized calf (Figure 2).
Neuromuscular fatigue following high versus low-intensity eccentric exercise of biceps brachii muscle.
Leeuwenburgh, "A dietary supplement attenuates IL-6 and CRP after eccentric exercise in untrained males," Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.
This soreness worsens in the days after exercise, and as Priscilla Clarkson mentioned in an article in Sports Science Exchange: "Biopsies taken immediately after eccentric exercise showed only small focal areas of damage, whereas biopsies taken 2-3 days after the exercise showed larger areas of disruption and other abnormalities".
Eccentric exercise modalities are classically used to improve muscle strength and power in healthy participants (Naczk et al., 2016) and flywheel inertial devices that also influence the eccentric action, are currently employed for rehabilitation and clinical purposes (Isner-Horobeti et al., 2013) to revert the undesirable effects of aging on the musculoskeletal system in older adults (Raj et al., 2012).
The most well-known model used for infliction of structural damages and further determination of the roles of satellite cells in the restoration of muscular fibers, is effectuation of Eccentric exercises. In humans' skeletal muscle, several positive changes have been recorded in the number of satellite cells during the first days after effectuation of one session of Eccentric exercise [22-24].
Inflammatory cells aggregation is situated inside or out of the damaged myofibre following eccentric exercise, 7 concentric exercises and following stretching.
An eccentric exercise program for lateral epicondylitis, either in isolation or as an adjunct to other therapies, has decreased pain and improved function and grip strength from baseline measures.
Also, it has been proved that a mixture of antioxidants containing quercetin in untrained males, can attenuate CRP and IL-6 response to eccentric exercise (28).