Delayed influence of stretch-shortening cycle fatigue on large ankle joint position coded with static positional signals.

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This study examines the static position sense from the ankle joint following a unilateral exhaustive stretch-shortening cycle (SSC)-type exercise involving mostly the triceps surae muscle group. Fatigue effects were quantified within the exercised and non-exercised leg through a maximal isometric voluntary plantarflexion test (MVC) performed immediately… (More)

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@article{Regueme2008DelayedIO, title={Delayed influence of stretch-shortening cycle fatigue on large ankle joint position coded with static positional signals.}, author={S C Regueme and Jo{\"{e}lle Barth{\`e}lemy and Gabriel M. Gauthier and Oliver Blin and Caroline Nicol}, journal={Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports}, year={2008}, volume={18 3}, pages={373-82} }