# Table 4 Force production during exercise session

Condition Sex Exercise Sets p values for 3-way ANOVA with repeated measures
Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4a Set 5 Supplement Time Sex Supplement x Time Supplement x Sex Time x Sex Supplement x Time x Sex
Maximal Concentric Force (N) P M 1449 ± 381 1395 ± 356 1328 ± 328 1321 ± 381 1466 ± 471 0.51 0.003* 0.26 0.31 0.08 0.17 0.53
F 1303 ± 466 1312 ± 418 1407 ± 556 1342 ± 547 1313 ± 540
NC M 1708 ± 463 1466 ± 333 1616 ± 601 1457 ± 380 1609 ± 459
F 1303 ± 345 1261 ± 318 1288 ± 482 1231 ± 338 1283 ± 376
C M 1601 ± 488 1531 ± 419 1528 ± 381 1354 ± 360 1534 ± 468
F 1437 ± 409 1343 ± 374 1290 ± 354 1240 ± 276 1234 ± 328
Maximal Eccentric Force (N) P M 1782 ± 563 1704 ± 591 1738 ± 724 1639 ± 707 1571 ± 613 0.63 0.001* 0.17 0.006* 0.93 0.005* 0.01*
F 1428 ± 237 1412 ± 371 1469 ± 376 1366 ± 405 1414 ± 415
NC M 2032 ± 590 1696 ± 679 1535 ± 551* 1567 ± 546* 1375 ± 562*
F 1391 ± 244 1348 ± 264 1431 ± 282 1312 ± 331 1358 ± 327
C M 1700 ± 518 1706 ± 566 1594 ± 560 1651 ± 624 1652 ± 480
F 1444 ± 338 1427 ± 323 1425 ± 370 1415 ± 357 1408 ± 379
1. aconcentric force production during set 4 was lower than set 1 (p = 0.02)
2. *significantly different than other conditions, as indicated by significant pairwise comparisons (p < 0.05)