“Just one more rep!” – Ability to predict proximity to momentary failure in resistance trained persons: A deception study of predictive ability during the gestalt experience of resistance training.

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Fisher, James; Armes, Cedrik; Standish-Hunt, Henry; Michalopoulos, Nick; Steele , James; Androulakis-Korakakis, Patroklos; Giessing, Jürgen; Hammond, Alex; Gentil, Paulo; Georgieva, Tsvetelina;
(2019)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31236/OSF.IO/AF6DV
  • Subject: bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology|Psychology of Movement | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Psychology of Sport and Exercise | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Strength and Conditioning | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology|Motor Control | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Motor Control and Development

In resistance training, the ability to predict maximum effort (i.e. momentary failure (MF)) during submaximal exercise may be affected by congruence of how (sub-)maximal effort is perceived compared with the actual effort required. The present study examined the validit... View more
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