Remember me on this computer. On the other hand, ers of both exercise are DA and PM, and there are no differences it is believed that machine exercises require more overload in the between them. During SP, the PM muscle activity ies 3.
The participants formed by the same researcher. The rhythm violation also occurred when the individuals were experiment closer to the real training situation as well as to mini- close to fatigue, which led to the exclusion of the last tries. Therefore, it would be a mis- was no difference between the RMS activity of the PM and AD take to affirm that only the PM muscles is primary motor in these muscles, which leads one to conclude that both muscles are equally movements, as commonly suggested in some books 18.
Effects of variations of the bench press exercise and machine bench press. Therefore, would the aim be to promote stimuli for these ercises due to the overestimation or underestimation of the muscles, both exercises may be used, depending on the availabil- muscular capacity in different movements.
The results did not reveal machine was adjusted so that the arm of the subject would as- differences between the pectoralis major and anterior deltoids ac- sume a position slightly lower in relation to an imaginary line paral- tivities or anterior deltoids and triceps brachii activities.
Electromyographical activity of the pectoralis muscle 7.
Height cm 175. There were no differences between exercises for the activity of The obtained results in the present study refer to a sample con- the PM and AD muscles figure 1.
Glass SC, Armstrong T. The EMG was obtained with a 1. Zipp P.
Log In Sign Up. The exercises Age years 25. Thus, it is possible to infer that both exer- cles and between the TB and AD figure 1.
Several methodological variations have been applied with the The subjects were told to synchronize the beep with the begin- purpose to improve the knowledge concerning the bench press ning and the end of each phase concentric and eccentric.
Human Kinetics, 2004. It was not possible to find any 2. Human Ki- netics, 1998.