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Table 3 Baseline measures of isometric and isokinetic muscle function

From: Effects of a combined protein and antioxidant supplement on recovery of muscle function and soreness following eccentric exercise

VariableCHO (n = 14)PRO (n = 16)PRO + AO (n = 17)p-value
Isometric
 Peak Torque (ft·lb)152 ± 12.3159 ± 8.8167 ± 7.20.59
 Average Torque (ft·lb)134 ± 11.2139 ± 7.7147 ± 6.80.56
 Slope (ft·lb./s)138 ± 15.4122 ± 19.1134 ± 21.30.84
 Time to ½ Peak (sec)0.16 ± 0.020.24 ± 0.030.19 ± 0.040.22
 Time to Peak (sec)1.94 ± 0.292.38 ± 0.302.56 ± 2.460.30
Isokinetic
 Peak Torque (ft·lb)138 ± 9.9126 ± 7.9135 ± 7.10.58
 Work per Rep (J)133 ± 10.6124 ± 8.3127 ± 8.90.23
 Average Power (W)78 ± 6.670 ± 5.274 ± 4.90.46
 Joint Angle at Peak (deg)66 ± 2.568 ± 2.769 ± 2.20.69
 Time to Peak (sec)0.85 ± 0.090.84 ± 0.070.73 ± 0.080.48
 Time Peak Held (sec)0.04 ± 0.010.09 ± 0.050.07 ± 0.010.60
 Force Decay Time (sec)1.43 ± 0.051.48 ± 0.061.42 ± 0.080.79
 Reciprocal Delay (sec)0.65 ± 0.210.34 ± 0.080.36 ± 0.100.24
 Delay Time (sec)−0.07 ± 0.08−0.04 ± 0.00−0.05 ± 0.010.89
  1. Data are mean ± SE