Topic: exercise stress
The Repeated-Bout Effect; Minimising DOMS & Maximising Adaptation
Exercise-induced muscle damage is characterised by a delayed-onset muscle soreness and impairment to muscle function following novel or predominantly eccentrically-based exercise; the DOMS response in particular can be detrimental to adherence. The adaptive process is important and 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!
Here are your 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 your 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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The Repeated-Bout Effect; Minimising DOMS & Maximising Adaptation

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Exercise-induced muscle damage is characterised by a delayed-onset muscle soreness and impairment to muscle function following novel or predominantly eccentrically-based exercise; the DOMS response in particular can be detrimental to adherence. The adaptive process is important and 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!
Topic: exercise stress

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How to use

What the repeated-bout effect actually IS & how to use it

VAS

Template of virtual analogue scale to use in to assess DOMS

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A 1h 20m Masterclass on muscle damage and the repeated-bout effect

Published Papers

Access to 4 peer-reviewed published papers

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Immediately implementable strategies and protocols to use with your patients/athletes

Worksheets

Worksheets of tasks & reflective practice

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The Repeated-Bout Effect; Minimising DOMS & Maximising Adaptation

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About Dr Claire Minshull PhD, BSc, PGCHE

The founder of Get Back To Sport, Claire is one of the most highly respected and research active rehabilitation and conditioning specialists in the UK. She has worked in the field of sports medicine and health for over 20 years as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Consultant and as a Practitioner. She has designed, led and managed major clinical and nonclinical research trials, supervised several PhD students, and has published over 30 research papers in leading peer-reviewed sports medicine journals. She is regularly invited to speak at national and international academic and professional symposia and, serves as expert reviewer for >10 scientific peer-reviewed journals. 
Claire’s research and teaching interests include the influences of exercise, training and rehabilitation on dynamic joint stability, neuromuscular and musculoskeletal performance. Her work also focusses on the optimisation of the management of osteoarthritis and developing specialised rehabilitation protocols for enhancing function and performance. Claire’s area of expertise means that she uniquely spans the gap between the physiology of conditioning and physiotherapeutic rehabilitation.  She founded her company Get Back To Sport to enable the transference of research findings into enhancing clinical practice, and has developed the teaching portfolio that has an international reach.

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