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Menthol-induced cutaneous stimulation combined with self-paced walking training improves knee extension performance in untraine

Exercise Physiology
Tokunaga et al.
Used Parameters : PBF, ASM

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Japan

Journal : The Journal of Physical Therapy Science

[Purpose] The present study aimed to investigate whether self-paced walking training utilizing the facilitating effect of skin cooling with menthol gel application was effective in untrained older healthy females.[Participants and Methods] Forty-two untrained healthy older females (aged 60–69 years) were divided into the following three groups:(i) Walking training with menthol group: GM,(ii) Walking training group: GW, and (iii) Control group: G C. The participants in GM and GW performed self-paced walking for 30 minutes a day, 2 times …
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