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Depression Of Muscle Fatigue Curves By Heat And Cold
J. E. Grose
Published 1958 · Materials Science
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Abstract Immersion of the forearm in hot water (48° C for 8 min.) did not affect initial strength or steady-state “fatigue level,” but did cause a 34 per cent increase in the rapidity of fatigue. Substitution of cold water (10° C) decreased initial strength 11 per cent without altering the observed fatigue level. Because of less work per contraction, fatigue was considerably less than under control conditions. Massage was without effect. Using a spring-loaded ergograph, the fatigue curve showed an exponential drop-off in work output, and was accurately described by a simple mathematical formula.
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