Effects of workload level on muscle recruitment in cycling Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • AbstractPurpose. Despite the volume of studies addressing muscle activation during pedaling, it is unclear whether changes in workload level during cycling could dictate motor unit recruitment. The present study investigated the frequency content of lower limb muscle activation during submaximal workloads. Methods. Twelve male competitive cyclists pedaled at three workload levels: (1) maximum aerobic power output (PO

authors

  • Priego, JI
  • Bini, RR
  • Lanferdini, FJ
  • Carpes, FP

publication date

  • 2014