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...jump (CMJ), cortisol before and after a running race. What types of exercise cause greater neuromuscular fatigue? Well, that’s a tricky question, since the causes of neuromuscular fatigue are not...

...Several months ago, Dr. Mullen touched on a rarely discussed, but very critical topic: neural fatigue. “The devil, or forgotten Little Nicky, for optimal race results is neural fatigue....

...published an article on mental exhaustion and fatigue, could you first explain the theories of how mental fatigue effects performance? In 2009 Prof. Marcora demonstrated for the first time that...

...Take Home Points on the Inspiratory Muscle Fatigue Impairs Latissimus Dorsi Strength Inspiratory muscle fatigue impairs latissimus dorsi activation, likely reducing swimming motor control and propulsion. Breathing is...

...was amazed that the occurrence and consequences of breathing muscle fatigue in swimming had been overlooked. The rest as they say is history. 2. You recently published a couple of...

...The respiratory system is not typically associated as the limiting factor in maximal exercise, and the influence of inspiratory (breathing inward) muscle fatigue during maximal exercise is unclear....

...swimming, but the biomechanics are likely different. Related Reading Individual Breathing Patterns are King! Friday Interview: Dr. Mitch Lomax Breathing and Swimmers' Posture Breathing During Sprinting Factors Influencing Fatigue in...

...Take Home Points on the Effects of Fatigue During 100-m Free Hand velocity and shoulder adduction decrease in a 100-m freestyle. The effects of fatigue on 100-m free...

...fatigue. Di Rienzo (2012) had twelve swimmers (nine males, mean age 15.5 years) perform a 45 min physically-fatiguing protocol where they swam from 70% to 100% of their maximal aerobic...

...In swimming and sports, many coaches associate lactate and lactic acid with fatigue. Unfortunately, lactate is a scapegoat! During a fatiguing event, many physiological processes occur (and increase...

   
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