Fatigue effects in running.

Abstract

Effects of fatigue were assessed on 12 female subjects who were filmed at two stages of a maximal-effort, gross physical performance task (running). Comparisons were then made between selected temporal and kinematic parameters describing the activity: The results appear to support the concept that fatigue does not simply produce a uniform reduction in the components of a movement pattern but, rather, changes their relationship completely.

DOI: 10.1080/00222895.1977.10735110

Cite this paper

@article{Bates1977FatigueEI, title={Fatigue effects in running.}, author={Barry T. Bates and Louis R. Osternig and Steven Laurence James}, journal={Journal of motor behavior}, year={1977}, volume={9 3}, pages={203-7} }