Rey Ezequiel and his colleagues from the University of Vigo in Spain have recently published an article with the title “The effect of recovery strategies on contractile properties using Tensiomyography and perceived muscle soreness in professional soccer players” in which they have evaluated the capacity to recover from intense training and matches. Active recovery is considered an important determinant in soccer performance. At present, there is no consensus on the effect of post-training recovery interventions on subsequent training sessions. The main question is that of the effectiveness of active and passive recovery interventions performed immediately after a training session on muscle contractile properties. This study can be used as example demonstrating that TMG can provide relevant indication points, which can be repeatedly used to monitor acute muscle changes. You can download the complete article on the following link.

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