Effects of fatigue of plantarflexors on control and performance in vertical jumping.

@article{Bobbert2011EffectsOF,
  title={Effects of fatigue of plantarflexors on control and performance in vertical jumping.},
  author={Maarten F. Bobbert and Marjolein Margaretha van der Krogt and Hemke van Doorn and Cornelis J de Ruiter},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={673-84}
}
INTRODUCTION We investigated the effects of a mismatch between control and musculoskeletal properties on performance in vertical jumping. METHODS Six subjects performed maximum-effort vertical squat jumps before (REF) and after the plantarflexors of the right leg had been fatigued (FAT) while kinematic data, ground reaction forces, and EMG of leg muscles were collected. Inverse dynamics was used to calculate the net work at joints, and EMG was rectified and smoothed to obtain the smoothed… CONTINUE READING

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