Eccentric overload training once per week improves power output

In practical settings, coaches are interested in knowing what the minimal effective dose of training is to stimulate meaningful improvements in physical performance qualities. In terms of resistance training, doing more than necessary can add unnecessary fatigue, soreness and recovery requirements while taking away from valuable on-field training time. Knowing the minimum volume, intensity and …

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