Post Test Journal Club June 23
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One of the challenges associated with resistance training for patients with knee OA is that:
these patients’ adherence tends to be low.
resistance training at an effective intensity can cause knee pain.
it’s of limited measurable benefit in terms of OA pain.
resistance training can too easily exacerbate cartilage damage.
How did exercise intensity differ between groups?
the MIRT group performed LE exercise at 70% 1RM, the BFR group at 10% 1RM.
the MIRT group performed LE exercise at 60% 1RM, the BFR group at 10% 1RM.
the MIRT group performed LE exercise at 70% 1RM, the BFR group at 20% 1RM.
the MIRT group performed LE exercise at 60% 1RM, the BFR group at 20% 1RM.
How are the post-training biomarker changes described?
no change in either group.
positive changes in the MIRT group, no changes in the BFR group.
no changes in the MIRT group, positive changes in the BFR group
comparable positive changes in both groups.
Challenges associated specifically with the administration of BFR include:
excessive discomfort during training.
difficulty achieving the desired pressure.
greater staff demands vs. MIRT.
higher likelihood of adverse events.
This study’s methods including asking participants to continue performing reps to the point of achieving volitional failure because
it offered a way to accommodate the differences in both volume and the BFR/non-BFR condition.
there are not yet established guidelines for volume in the BFR condition.
the discomfort brought on by BFR makes therapist-set rep schemes difficult to achieve.
total volume is not an important metric for general strengthening purposes.
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