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#2

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#3

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#4

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3. Zourdos, M. The Principle of Specificity Holds True, but Is it All that Matters? Mass, vol. 3(8). 

4. Nóbrega S, Ugrinowitsch C, Pintanel L, Barcelos C, Libardi C. Effect Of Resistance Training To Muscle Failure Versus Volitional Interruption At High- And Low-Intensities On Muscle Mass And Strength. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research: Post Acceptance: January 24, 2017 doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000001787

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10. Lacerda LT, Marra-Lopes RO, Diniz RC, Lima FV, Rodrigues SA, Martins-Costa HC, Bemben MG, Chagas MH. Is Performing Repetitions to Failure Less Important Than Volume for Muscle Hypertrophy and Strength?. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2019 Dec 4.

11. Sánchez-Moreno M, Cornejo-Daza PJ, González-Badillo JJ, Pareja-Blanco F. Effects of Velocity Loss During Body Mass Prone-Grip Pull-up Training on Strength and Endurance Performance J Strength Cond Res. 2020 Jan 7.

12. Barbosa-Netto, S., E.P.O.S. d'Acelino, and M.B. Almeida, Self-Selected Resistance Exercise Load: Implications for Research and Prescription. J Strength Cond Res, 2017.

13. Lasevicius T, Schoenfeld BJ, Silva-Batista C, Barros TS, Aihara AY, Brendon H, Longo AR, Tricoli V, Peres BA, Teixeira EL. Muscle Failure Promotes Greater Muscle Hypertrophy in Low-Load but Not in High-Load Resistance Training. J Strength Cond Res. 2019 Dec 27.

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#5

1. Hyldahl RD, Hubal MJ. Lengthening our perspective: morphological, cellular, and molecular responses to eccentric exercise. Muscle Nerve. 2014 Feb;49(2):155-70.

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5. Sonkodi, B, Berkes, I, Koltai, E. Have We Looked in the Wrong Direction for More Than 100 Years? Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness Is, in Fact, Neural Microdamage Rather Than Muscle Damage. Antioxidants 2020, 9(212). doi:10.3390/antiox9030212

6. Grgic J, Grgic I, Pickering C, Schoenfeld BJ, Bishop DJ, Pedisic Z. Wake up and smell the coffee: caffeine supplementation and exercise performance-an umbrella review of 21 published meta-analyses. Br J Sports Med. 2019 Mar 29.

7. Apostolopoulos NC, Lahart IM, Plyley MJ, Taunton J, Nevill AM, Koutedakis Y, Wyon M, Metsios GS. The effects of different passive static stretching intensities on recovery from unaccustomed eccentric exercise - a randomized controlled trial. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2018 Aug;43(8):806-815.

8. D’Amico AP, Gillis J. The influence of foam rolling on recovery from exercise-induced muscle damage. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2017 Sep 6.

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10. Dupuy O, Douzi W, Theurot D, Bosquet L, Dugué B. An Evidence-Based Approach for Choosing Post-exercise Recovery Techniques to Reduce Markers of Muscle Damage, Soreness, Fatigue, and Inflammation: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis. Front Physiol. 2018 Apr 26;9:403. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.00403.

11. Gomes GK, Franco CM, Nunes PRP, Orsatti FL. High-Frequency Resistance Training Is Not More Effective Than Low-Frequency Resistance Training in Increasing Muscle Mass and Strength in Well-Trained Men. J Strength Cond Res. 2019 Jul;33 Suppl 1:S130-S139.

12. Hsouna H, Boukhris O, Abdessalem R, Trabelsi K, Ammar A, Shephard RJ, Chtourou H. Effect of different nap opportunity durations on short-term maximal performance, attention, feelings, muscle soreness, fatigue, stress and sleep. Physiology & behavior. 2019 Nov 1;211:112673.

13. Bartolomei S, Totti V, Griggio F, Malerba C, Ciacci S, Semprini G, Di RM. Upper-Body Resistance Exercise Reduces Time to Recover After a High-Volume Bench Press Protocol in Resistance-Trained Men. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2019 Mar.

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#6

1. Martínez-Cava A, Hernández-Belmonte A, Courel-Ibáñez J, Morán-Navarro R, González-Badillo JJ, Pallarés JG. Bench Press at Full Range of Motion Produces Greater Neuromuscular Adaptations Than Partial Executions After Prolonged Resistance Training. J Strength Cond Res. 2019 Sep 26.

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7. Behm DG, Blazevich AJ, Kay AD, McHugh M. Acute effects of muscle stretching on physical performance, range of motion, and injury incidence in healthy active individuals: a systematic review. Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism. 2015 Dec 8;41(1):1-1.

8. Marchetti PH, Miyatake MM, Magalhaes RA, Gomes WA, Da Silva JJ, Brigatto FA, Zanini TC, Behm DG. Different volumes and intensities of static stretching affect the range of motion and muscle force output in well-trained subjects. Sports biomechanics. 2019 Aug 30:1-0.

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12. Medeiros DM, Lima CS. Influence of chronic stretching on muscle performance: Systematic review. Human movement science. 2017 Aug 1;54:220-9.

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15. Grabow L, Young JD, Alcock LR, Quigley PJ, Byrne JM, Granacher U, Škarabot J, Behm DG. Higher quadriceps roller massage forces do not amplify range-of-motion increases or impair strength and jump performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2017 May 10.

16. Ferreira-Júnior JB, Benine RPC, Chaves SFN, Borba DA, Martins-Costa HC, Freitas EDS, Bemben MG, Vieira CA, Bottaro M. Effects of Static and Dynamic Stretching Performed Before Resistance Training on Muscle Adaptations in Untrained Men. J Strength Cond Res. 2019 Sep 17.

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