Antagonist muscle in a squat

Effect of stretching on agonist–antagonist muscle activity and muscle

No significant differences where observed in IEMG of the VM or VL between S and C in either the isometric knee extension or isometric squat. However IEMG 
Effect of stretching on agonist–antagonist muscle activity and muscle force output during single and multiple joint isometric contractions

Influence of additional load on the moments of the agonist and

Nov 15 2017 agonist and antagonist muscle groups at the knee joint ... dynamic squats
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The Effects of Lower Extremity Static Muscle Fatigue on Balance

Apr 20 2022 rectus femoris (p<.05) and the antagonist muscle semi tendineus (p<.05) scores during isometric squat press between athletes and ...

1.5 The Musculoskeletal System & Analysis of Movement in Physical

Performing a squat- upwards motion = flexion to extension (knee) flexion The antagonistic pair of muscles involved in the squat are the quadriceps and.

A two-step EMG-and-optimization process to estimate muscle force

Nov 15 2017 Muscle forces were higher – especially in the antagonist muscles – and more ... from traditional min/max optimization during half squats. We.

Patellofemoral Joint Stress During Weight-Bearing and Non

Mar 27 2014 contractions of multiple agonist and antagonist muscle groups.1921

Maximizing Muscle Hypertrophy: A Systematic Review of Advanced

Dec 4 2019 SS (agonist-antagonist) increased total TVOL load. Weakley et al.

Exemplar for Internal Achievement Standard Physical Education

The agonist muscle in the squat (flexion of the knee) is the hamstrings and the antagonist muscle is the quadriceps. These muscles would work.

Lower extremity joint kinetics and lumbar curvature during squat and

Feb 2 2009 bi-articular antagonist muscles' co-contraction around the knee joint during the squat lifting and the eccentric co-contraction of the ...

Analysis of the some EMG variables for measured agonist and

the proportion of antagonist and injury through some muscle strength exercises. Rising from a low squat involves both hip and knee extension.

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