MV: There were statistically significant main effects present for both condition (p = 0.002; g = 0.10-0.23) and load (p < 0.001; g = 0.95-3.93). However, the condition x time interaction effect was not statistically significant (p = 0.259). • PV: There were statistically significant main effects present for both condition (p = 0.016; g = 0.11-0.23) and load (p < 0.001; g = 0.42-1.6), but there was no statistically significant condition x time interaction effect (p = 0.101). • Post hoc analysis indicated that there was a significant difference between MV (p = 0.006) and PV (p = 0.032) between the traditional and 100% AEL conditions. • Moderate effect sizes were found with MV between the traditional and 100% AEL conditions at both 70% CON (g = 0.55) and 80% CON (g = 0.70). • No practically significant differences were found for PV.
Schroeder, Z. S., Marshall, L. K., Katanick, L. C., Campbell, B. A., Cantwell, C. J., Taber, C. B., & Suchomel, T. J. (2022). Mean and peak barbell velocity during traditional accentuated eccentric load back squats [Poster presentation]. 45th Annual NSCA National Conference, New Orleans, LA.
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