Bilateral deficit in maximal force production

@article{karabot2016BilateralDI,
  title={Bilateral deficit in maximal force production},
  author={Jakob {\vS}karabot and Neil J. Cronin and Vojko Strojnik and Janne Avela},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={116},
  pages={2057-2084}
}
The bilateral deficit phenomenon, characterized by a reduction in the amount of force from a single limb during maximal bilateral actions, has been shown in various movement tasks, contraction types and different populations. However, bilateral deficit appears to be an inconsistent phenomenon, with high variability in magnitude and existence, and seems to be plastic, as bilateral facilitation has also been shown to occur. Furthermore, many mechanisms underlying this phenomenon have been… CONTINUE READING

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