Behm DG, Reardon G., Fitzgerald, J. and Drinkwater, E. (2002) The effect of 5, 10, and 20 repetition maximums on the recovery of voluntary and evoked contractile properties. Journal of Strength and Condition Research 116, 209-218.
Gillies. E.M., Putman, C.T. and Bell, G.J. (2006) The effect of varying the time of concentric and eccentric muscle actions during resistance training on skeletal muscle adaptations in women. European Journal of Applied Physiology 97, 443-453.
Ingalls, C.P., Warren, G.L., Williams, J.H., Ward, C.W. and Armstrong, R.B. (1998) E-C coupling failure in mouse EDL muscle after in vivo eccentric contractions. Journal of Applied Physiology 885, 58-67.
Keeler, L.K., Finkelstein, L.H., Miller, W., and Fernhall, B. (2001) Early-phase adaptations of traditional-speed vs. superslow resistance training on strength and aerobic capacities in sedentary individuals. Journal of Strength and Condition Research 115, 309-314.
Munn J., Herbert, R.D., Hancock, M.J. and Gandevia, S.C. (2005) Resistance training for strength: effect of number of sets and contraction speed. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 37, 1622-1626.
Søgaard, K., Gandevia, S.C., Gabrielle, T., Petersen, N.T. and Taylor, J.l. (2006) The effect of sustained low-intensity contractions on supraspinal fatigue in human elbow flexor muscles. Journal of Physiology 573, 511-523.
Stone, M.H., O'Bryant, H.S., Schilling, B.K., Johnson, R.L., Pierce, K.C., Haff, G.G., Koch, A.J. and Stone, M. (1999) Periodization: Effects of manipulating volume and intensity. Part 1. Strength and Conditioning Journal 221, 56-62.
Taylor, J.L., Todd, G. and Gandevia, S.C. (2006) Evidence for a supraspinal contribution to human muscle fatigue. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology 33, 400-405.
Westcott, W.L., Winett, R.A., Anderson, E.S., Wojcik, J.R., Loud, R.L., Cleggett, E. and Glover, S. (2001) Effects of regular and slow tempo resistance training on muscle strength. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 441, 154-158.