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The repeated-bout effect refers to:
A single episode of high-intensity eccentric exercise can cause:
If a rightward shift fo the length-tension relationship occurs, muscles become relatively stronger at longer muscle lengths.
Sub-maximal eccentric contractions and maximal isometric isometric contractions have been shown to protect against symptoms of muscle damage caused by a subsequent bout of high-intensity eccentric exercise.
The intensity and volume of the initial bout of exercise will influence the length of protection afforded against a subsequent bout of eccentric exercise.