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Measurements of Muscle Fiber Conduction Velocity at the M.Biceps and M.Triceps Brachii under Isometric Load

Measurements of Muscle Fiber Conduction Velocity at the M.Biceps and M.Triceps Brachii under Isometric Load

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HERING, Gernot O., Ewald M. HENNIG, Hartmut J. RIEHLE, 1989. Measurements of Muscle Fiber Conduction Velocity at the M.Biceps and M.Triceps Brachii under Isometric Load. XII International Congress of Biomechanics. Los Angeles, Jun 26, 1989 - Sep 30, 1989. In: GREGOR, Robert J., ed. and others. Abstracts of the XII Congress, International Society of Biomechanics. New York, NY:Pergamon Press, pp. 1021. ISSN 0021-9290. eISSN 1873-2380. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0021-9290(89)90273-X

@inproceedings{Hering1989Measu-40163, title={Measurements of Muscle Fiber Conduction Velocity at the M.Biceps and M.Triceps Brachii under Isometric Load}, year={1989}, doi={10.1016/0021-9290(89)90273-X}, number={22,10}, issn={0021-9290}, address={New York, NY}, publisher={Pergamon Press}, series={Journal of biomechanics}, booktitle={Abstracts of the XII Congress, International Society of Biomechanics}, editor={Gregor, Robert J.}, author={Hering, Gernot O. and Hennig, Ewald M. and Riehle, Hartmut J.} }

Hennig, Ewald M. Hering, Gernot O. eng Hennig, Ewald M. Riehle, Hartmut J. Hering, Gernot O. Riehle, Hartmut J. Measurements of Muscle Fiber Conduction Velocity at the M.Biceps and M.Triceps Brachii under Isometric Load 1989 2017-09-26T12:34:26Z By means of the surface EMG cross-correlation technique, the muscle fiber conduction velocity (MFCV) was measured during static and dynamic isometric force development. On three different days measurements were carried out on 8 subjects at identical EMG electrode sites of the M. biceps and M. triceps.<br />Results:<br />1. The MFCV at the M. triceps was significantly higher than at the M. biceps brachii in the isometric as well as in the d namic load conditions.<br />2. The MFCV increased with t f! e level of force production and both quantities were highly correlated (r = 0.98).<br />3. For both muscles significantly reduced MFCV values were found for the dynamic force development.<br />4. MFCV proved to be a highly reproducibel parameter. The intra-individual coefficient of variability from day to day was found to be only 6.1 % (M. biceps isom.dyn.). 2017-09-26T12:34:26Z

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