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Muscle temperature limits isometric endurance via sensory feedback-mediated central fatigue [Abstract]

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posted on 19.06.2015, 13:10 authored by Alex LloydAlex Lloyd, Simon HodderSimon Hodder, Steve Faulkner, Adam Fry, George HavenithGeorge Havenith
Central fatigue has been linked to elevated core temperature and integration of sensory afferent feedback from high skin (Tsk) or ambient (Ta) temperature (Tsk), and humidity (rH). However, the independent sensory effects of muscle temperature (Tm) via muscle afferents on muscle activation (ACT%) remain unclear.

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61st Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine

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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 46: 5S

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180 - 180 (1)

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LLOYD, A. ... et al, 2014. Muscle temperature limits isometric endurance via sensory feedback-mediated central fatigue [abstract]. IN: Proceedings of 2014 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, United States, 27-31 May 2014 (Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S), supplement 1, pp. 180-187).

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2014

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en

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Orlando, Florida

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