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temporary and end-match neuromuscular fatigue ( 35 ). Indeed, muscle fatigue is a limiting factor for athletic performance ( 43 ) and is associated with increased injury rates ( 15 ). Thereby, recovery strategies during periods of intense training or

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subjects achieved maximal oxygen uptake criteria ( 15 ) or reported dizziness or muscle fatigue. The step incremental protocol was preceded by a 3-min rest, while the subject was sitting on a chair on the treadmill, followed by a 2-min baseline walking at a

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, Aniceto RR , Sousa MS : Effects of high-intensity blood flow restriction exercise on muscle fatigue . J. Hum. Kinet. 41 , 163 – 172

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, Vehrs P , Draper DO : Contributions to muscle fatigue to a neuromuscular neck injury in female ballroom dancers . Med. Probl. Perform

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. Sjøgaard G : Exercise-induced muscle fatigue: the significance of potassium . Acta Physiol. Scand. Suppl. 593, 1 – 63 ( 1990 ) 30. Sud

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Physiology International
Authors:
Imen Ben Dhia
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Rami Maaloul
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Houssem Marzougui
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Sameh Ghroubi
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Choumous Kallel
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Tarak Driss
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Mohamed Habib Elleuch
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Fatma Ayadi
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Mouna Turki
, and
Omar Hammouda

injury during repeated sprint: effect on performance and muscle fatigue--a pilot study . Chronobiol Int 2011 ; 28 ( 10 ): 958 – 967 . 10.3109/07420528.2011.613683 41

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Physiology International
Authors:
Michael S. Brian
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Ryanne D. Carmichael
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Felicia R. Berube
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Daniel T. Blake
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Hunter R. Stuercke
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Evan L. Matthews

in athletes are specific toward reducing respiratory muscle fatigue by improving respiratory muscle strength, endurance, and potentially blunting the metaboreflex [ 33 , 35 , 36 ]. Respiratory muscle training devices can be classified into three

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repeated sprint: Effects on performance and muscle fatigue – A pilot study . Chronobiol. Int. 28 , 958 – 967 ( 2011 ) 10.3109/07420528.2011.613683 23. Jemili H

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's self-reporting of exertion. It approximately correlates with parameters such as heart and respiration rate, sweating, and muscle fatigue. The perceived exertion intensity ranges from 6 (no exertion at all) to 20 (maximum exertion) [ 59 ]. The energy

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research observed a significant decrease in IMTG levels immediately after exercise. A reduction in IMTG may serve as an indicator of muscle fatigue and diminished exercise performance. In this context, fatigue functions as a regulatory mechanism within the

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