Presence of WBC, decreased strength, and delayed soreness in muscle after eccentric exercise

Presence of WBC, decreased strength, and delayed soreness in muscle after eccentric exercise School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Division of Nuclear Medicine, School of Human Kinetics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 2B5, Canada MacIntyre, Donna L., W. Darlene Reid, Donald M. Lyster, Ivan J. Szasz, Donald C. McKenzie. Presence of WBC, decreased strength, delayed in after eccentric exercise. J. Appl. physiol. W(3): 10064013, 1996.-The purposes of this study were to assess the presence of ggmTc-labeled white blood cells (WBC) in exercised compared with nonexercised over time to determine the time course of delayed onset (DOMS) eccentric torque in 10 female subjects. A pretest was followed by 300 eccentric repetitions of the right quadriceps. DOMS eccentric torque were measured at 2,4,20,24,48, 72 h postexercise. Eccentric torque was also tested at 0 h. Radionuclide images of both quadriceps were taken at 2, 4, 20, 24 h postexercise. The presence of ggmTc-WBC in the exercised was significantly greater (P < 0.001) than in the nonexercised . Eccentric torque declined at 0 24 h postexercise. DOMS peaked at 24 h postexercise. The presence of ggmTc-WBC in the exercised in the first 24 h suggests that acute inflammation occurs as a result of . The bimodal pattern of eccentric torque supports the hypothesis that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Physiology The American Physiological Society

Presence of WBC, decreased strength, and delayed soreness in muscle after eccentric exercise

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School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Division of Nuclear Medicine, School of Human Kinetics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 2B5, Canada MacIntyre, Donna L., W. Darlene Reid, Donald M. Lyster, Ivan J. Szasz, Donald C. McKenzie. Presence of WBC, decreased strength, delayed in after eccentric exercise. J. Appl. physiol. W(3): 10064013, 1996.-The purposes of this study were to assess the presence of ggmTc-labeled white blood cells (WBC) in exercised compared with nonexercised over time to determine the time course of delayed onset (DOMS) eccentric torque in 10 female subjects. A pretest was followed by 300 eccentric repetitions of the right quadriceps. DOMS eccentric torque were measured at 2,4,20,24,48, 72 h postexercise. Eccentric torque was also tested at 0 h. Radionuclide images of both quadriceps were taken at 2, 4, 20, 24 h postexercise. The presence of ggmTc-WBC in the exercised was significantly greater (P < 0.001) than in the nonexercised . Eccentric torque declined at 0 24 h postexercise. DOMS peaked at 24 h postexercise. The presence of ggmTc-WBC in the exercised in the first 24 h suggests that acute inflammation occurs as a result of . The bimodal pattern of eccentric torque supports the hypothesis that

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Published: Mar 1, 1996

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