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Table 3 The effect size calculations of the indirect markers of muscle damage between baseline (TBase) and immediately post (T1), 24 h (T24) and 48 h (T48) following the resistance-training bout with 95% confidence intervals in parentheses

From: The Effect of a Resistance Training Session on Physiological and Thermoregulatory Measures of Sub-maximal Running Performance in the Heat in Heat-Acclimatized Men

  CMJ CK DOMS
TBase–T1 − 1.41b (− 0.38–2.32) 0.71a (− 0.22–1.58) 1.41b (0.38–2.33)
TBase–T24 − 1.08b (− 0.10–1.96) 1.12b (0.14–2.01) 10.53b (6.84–13.33)
TBase–T48 − 0.79a (− 0.15–1.66) 0.99b (0.02–1.87) 5.75b (3.58–7.42)
T1–T24 0.60a (− 0.32–1.47) 0.84b (− 0.11–1.71) 2.85b (1.51–3.94)
T1–T48 0.65a (− 0.27–1.52) 0.73a (− 0.20–1.60) 2.36b (1.14–3.38)
T24–T48 0.15 (− 0.73–1.02) − 0.03 (− 0.91–0.85) − 0.15 (− 1.03–0.73)
  1. CMJ countermovement jump, CK creatine kinase, DOMS delayed onset of muscle soreness
  2. aModerate effect
  3. bLarge effect