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The Repeated-Bout Effect
Exercise-induced muscle damage is characterised by a delayed-onset muscle soreness and impairment to muscle function, which typically peak 1- to 2-days following novel or predominantly eccentrically-based exercise. The adaptive process also conveys a protective effect against repeated exposures. This repeated-bout effect can be harnessed to minimise the immediate and less desirable effects of novel or eccentric exercise in patient populations to aid adherence and promote continued adaptation – and it doesn’t need to be painful!

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Here are this month’s videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. What is Exercise Induced Muscle Damage?
2. The Repeated-Bout Effect
3. How to use It
4. Summary
Here are this month’s videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. What is Exercise Induced Muscle Damage?
2. The Repeated-Bout Effect
3. How to use It
4. Summary

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