EFFECTS OF EXERCISE-INDUCED FATIGUE WITH AND WITHOUT HYDRATION ON STATIC POSTURAL CONTROL IN ADULT HUMAN SUBJECTS

@article{Gauchard2002EFFECTSOE,
  title={EFFECTS OF EXERCISE-INDUCED FATIGUE WITH AND WITHOUT HYDRATION ON STATIC POSTURAL CONTROL IN ADULT HUMAN SUBJECTS},
  author={G. Gauchard and P. Gangloff and A. Vouriot and J. Malli{\'e} and P. Perrin},
  journal={International Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={112},
  pages={1191 - 1206}
}
Postural instability can be the result of various factors, including fatigue. Although it is well known that exercise-induced fatigue may be responsible for a decrease in performance, its effects on postural control, as well as those of hydration, have been relatively little explored. This study evaluated the effects of fatigue, with and without rehydration, on postural control in 10 healthy subjects who regularly practice sports activities. All subjects were submitted to three types of… Expand
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