Posts Tagged ‘maximal’

Fatigue and recovery measured with dynamic properties vs isometric force: effects of exercise intensity [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Renata L. Krüger, Saied Jalal Aboodarda, Libia Marcela Jaimes, Brian R. MacIntosh, Pierre Samozino, and Guillaume Y. MilletWhile fatigue can be defined as an exercise-related decrease in the maximal power or isometric force, most studies have …

Increasing trunk flexion morphs human leg function into that of birds despite different leg morphology [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Soran Aminiaghdam, Christian Rode, Roy Müller, and Reinhard BlickhanPronograde trunk orientation in small birds causes prominent intra-limb asymmetries in the leg function. As yet, it is not clear whether these asymmetries induced by the trunk…

Energetic cost determines voluntary movement speed only in familiar environments [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Frank Seebacher, Jason Borg, Kathryn Schlotfeldt, and Zhongning Yan
Locomotor performance is closely related to fitness. However, in many ecological contexts, animals do not move at their maximal locomotor capacity, but adopt a voluntary speed that is…

Energetic cost determines voluntary movement speed only in familiar environments [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Frank Seebacher, Jason Borg, Kathryn Schlotfeldt, and Zhongning Yan
Locomotor performance is closely related to fitness. However, in many ecological contexts, animals do not move at their maximal locomotor capacity, but adopt a voluntary speed that is…

Energetic cost determines voluntary movement speed only in familiar environments [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Frank Seebacher, Jason Borg, Kathryn Schlotfeldt, and Zhongning Yan
Locomotor performance is closely related to fitness. However, in many ecological contexts, animals do not move at their maximal locomotor capacity, but adopt a voluntary speed that is…

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