EFFECTS OF RELATIVE INERTIAL LOAD ON PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND QUADRICEPS ELECTROMYOGRAPHY DURING FLYWHEEL RESISTANCE TRAINING SQUATS

Jason Todd Brantley
Flywheel resistance training (FRT) has become an increasingly popular modality for exercising due to its unique application of providing external resistance. Little is known about how changes in relative inertial loads affects performance and electromyography (EMG) activity. The purpose of this study was to examine how performance metrics and quadriceps EMG activity are affected by relative inertial load during FRT-based squats. Fifteen resistance trained individuals completed five sets of five repetitions of squats with varying...
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