Endurance time of grip-force as a function of grip-span, posture and anthropometric variables

@inproceedings{Eksioglu2011EnduranceTO,
  title={Endurance time of grip-force as a function of grip-span, posture and anthropometric variables},
  author={Mahmut Eksioglu},
  year={2011}
}
  • Mahmut Eksioglu
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • Abstract The time to volitional exhaustion (endurance time) for sustained contractions is considered as a valid parameter to quantify fatigue and to determine the required rest pauses between two successive contractions. In this study, the effects of grip-span, shoulder posture and anthropometric characteristics on endurance time of grip-force during sustained 30% of maximal voluntary grip-force were investigated. Both subjective and objective measures of fatigue were used in determining the… CONTINUE READING

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