Effect of Different Intervention Methods on Recovery of Exercise-Induced Muscle Fatigue

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Yiyang ChenZhanxun DongZhang Xingqiang

Abstract: The aim of this study is to study the effects and differences of different recovery methods such as passive break (PB), active break (AB), and vibration break (VB) on muscle performance recovery after muscle fatigue. The biceps brachii (BBM), which is prone to fatigue during exercise, was taken as the object to study. 10 healthy males were recruited to conduct the experiment. After the experiment, One-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA was used to compare the difference of muscle performance index (MVC, RMS, MF) between groups (PB, AB, VB) at different time points (pre-fatigue, post-fatigue, and post-recovery). JASA method was also used to analyze the muscle recovery effect. Results show 1-minute AB is more effective for muscle fatigue recovery between exercise sets than 1-minute VB after effects.

Keywords: Muscle Fatigue, JASA, Recovery Method

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002602

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