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Differential impact of visual feedback on plantar- and dorsi-flexion maximal torque output

Abstract : The effect of visual feedback on enhancing isometric maximal voluntary contractions (MVC) was evaluated. Twelve adults performed plantar-flexion and dorsi-flexion MVCs in 3 conditions (no visual feedback, visual feedback, and visual feedback with target). There was no significant effect of visual conditions on dorsi-flexion MVC but there was an effect on plantar-flexion. Irrespective of whether a target was evident, visual feedback increased plantar-flexion MVC by ∼15%. This study highlights the importance of optimal feedback to enhance MVC.
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Anis Toumi, Jennifer Jakobi, Emilie Simoneau-Buessinger. Differential impact of visual feedback on plantar- and dorsi-flexion maximal torque output. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, NRC Research Press (Canadian Science Publishing), 2016, 41 (5), pp.557-559. ⟨10.1139/apnm-2015-0639⟩. ⟨hal-03464316⟩

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