BACKGROUND: A rugby union game consists of 80 minutes of strenuous exertion. Forwards are required to participate in the arduous activity of scrummaging throughout a game OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to identify whether rugby-match simulated fatigue modifie... View more
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