Some Central and Peripheral Factors Affecting Human Motoneuronal Output in Neuromuscular Fatigue

@article{Gandevia1992SomeCA,
  title={Some Central and Peripheral Factors Affecting Human Motoneuronal Output in Neuromuscular Fatigue},
  author={S. Gandevia},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={1992},
  volume={13},
  pages={93-98}
}
SummaryFatigue may be defined as a reduction in the maximal force-generating capacity of a muscle. It may result from peripheral processes distal to the neuromuscular junction and from central processes controlling the discharge rate of motoneurons. When assessed with a sensitive test using twitch interpolation, most “maximal” voluntary contractions approach but do not attain optimal muscle output. During fatigue, reflex inputs from intramuscular receptors may contribute to a decline in motor… Expand
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Altered reflex sensitivity after repeated and prolonged passive muscle stretching.
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