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Contraction intensity and sex differences in knee-extensor fatigability
Females are less fatigable than males during isometric contractions across various muscles and intensities. However, sex differences in knee-extensor fatigability remain relatively unexplored. Purpose: To determine the sex ...
Differences in force normalising procedures during submaximal anisometric contractions
Eccentric contractions are thought to require a unique neural activation strategy. However, due to greater intrinsic force generating capacity of muscle fibres during eccentric contraction, the understanding of neural ...
Corticospinal excitability during shortening and lengthening actions with incremental torque output
The modulation of motor evoked potentials (MEPs), an index of corticospinal excitability, has been shown to increase during isometric contractions with incremental torque output in accordance with the contribution between ...
Compound maximal motor unit response is modulated by contraction intensity, but not contraction type in tibialis anterior
Determining a single compound maximal motor response (MMAX) or an average superimposed MMAX response (MSUP) are commonly used reference values in experiments eliciting raw electromyographic, motor evoked potentials, ...