Impact of low-volume concurrent strength training distribution on muscular adaptation

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Impact of low-volume concurrent strength training distribution on muscular adaptation

Military-, rescue- and law-enforcement personnel require a high physical capacity including muscular strength. The present study hypothesized that 9 weeks of volume matched concurrent short frequent training sessions increases strength more efficiently than less frequent longer training sessions.

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