Central European Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine

ISSN: 2300-9705     eISSN: 2353-2807    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/cej.2019.1-03
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Lista wydań / Vol. 25, No. 1/2019
Effects of Multipath and Conventional NMES on Maximum Comfortable Stimulus and Torque Production

Autorzy: Cody B. Bremner
Department of Kinesiology & Outdoor Recreation,Southern Utah University, USA

William R. Holcomb
College of Health Professions, Mercer University, USA
Słowa kluczowe: Multipath NMES quadriceps
Rok wydania:2019
Liczba stron:11 (23-33)
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A novel multipath NMES (m-NMES) device has shown improved outcomes relative to conventional NMES (c-NMES) during recent basic and training studies. However, the mechanisms by which m-NMES outperformed c-NMES remain unclear. This study aimed to better understand these mechanisms by comparing the effects of m-NMES and c-NMES on maximum comfortable stimulus intensity and the subsequent NMES-induced torque, as these variables ultimately impact NMES training intensity; which is considered to be the primary determinant of NMES effectiveness. We measured maximum comfortable stimulus intensity and the subsequent NMES-induced torque while participants performed NMES-induced contractions under two conditions (m-NMES and c-NMES). Maximum comfortable stimulus intensity was significantly greater under the m-NMES condition, but the subsequent NMES-induced torque was not significantly different across conditions. m-NMES does not appear to influence the outcomes in a clinically meaningful manner, since it performed similarly to c-NMES with respect to peak NMES-induced torque.
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