Interactions Between Perceptions of Fatigue, Effort and Affect Decrease Knee Extensor Endurance Performance Following Upper Body Motor Activity, Independent of Changes to Neuromuscular Function.

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Wrightson , James; Harrison, Neil; Raynsford, Mitchell; Greenhouse-Tucknott , Aaron; Dekerle , Jeanne;
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.31236/OSF.IO/KRXAY
  • Subject: bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology|Psychology of Movement | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Psychology of Sport and Exercise | bepress|Life Sciences|Physiology | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Sport and Exercise Physiology
    mesheuropmc: human activities | musculoskeletal system

Prior exercise has previously been shown to impair subsequent endurance performance in non-activated muscles. Declines in neuromuscular function and altered perceptual/affective responses offer possible mechanisms through which endurance performance may be limited in th... View more
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