Effects of Task Precision Demands on Behavioral and Physiological Changes During a Repetitive Asymmetric Lifting Activity

Abstract

OBJECTIVE This study investigated the effects of task precision demands on behavioral and physiological changes during repetitive asymmetric lifting. BACKGROUND Repetitive lifting encountered in manual material handling leads to muscle fatigue and is a documented risk factor for low back disorder. METHOD A total of 17 healthy volunteers performed… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0018720814551556

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