Fatigue effects on the electromechanical delay components during the relaxation phase after isometric contraction

  title={Fatigue effects on the electromechanical delay components during the relaxation phase after isometric contraction},
  author={E. C{\'e} and S. Rampichini and E. Limonta and F. Esposito},
  journal={Acta Physiologica},
By a combined electromyographic (EMG), mechanomyographic (MMG) and force (F) analysis, the electromechanical delay during muscle relaxation (R‐DelayTOT) was partitioned into electrochemical and mechanical components. The study aimed to evaluate the effects of fatigue on R‐DelayTOT components and to assess their intersession and interday reliability Intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC). 
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