EFFECTS OF WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION OVER DELAYED-ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS IN PHYSICAL ACTIVE PERSONS

U. Da Silva, D. J. Ortega

Abstract


The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of vibratory platform upon delayed-onset muscle soreness in physically active persons. 24 volunteers were recruited and randomly divided in 3 different groups: control, vibratory platform before exercise, vibratory platform after exercise. Volunteers were submitted to physical training to induce muscle pain. Pain sensation and muscular flexibility were valued in 3 consecutive days. Vibratory platform was able to reduce significantly muscle pain in both platform groups and there were no changes in muscular flexibility in any group. 

 

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vibratory platform, DOMS, WBV, flexibility

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