Low-intensity elbow flexion eccentric contractions attenuate maximal eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage of the contralateral arm

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Low-intensity elbow flexion eccentric contractions attenuate maximal eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage of the contralateral arm

The magnitude of muscle damage induced by maximal eccentric contractions (MaxEC) of the elbow flexors (EF) is reduced when it is preceded by low-intensity (10% of maximal voluntary isometric contraction strength) eccentric contractions (10%EC) of the same muscle, or by MaxEC of the opposite EF. This study investigated whether 10%EC would reduce the magnitude of muscle damage after MaxEC performed by the opposite arm.

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