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Core and skin temperature influences on the surface electromyographic responses to an isometric force and position task

Contributions Conceptualization: Nico A. Coletta, Matthew M. Mallette, David A. Gabriel, Christopher J. Tyler, Stephen S. Cheung. Data curation: Nico A. Coletta, Matthew M. Mallette, Stephen S. Cheung. Formal ... analysis: Nico A. Coletta, Matthew M. Mallette, David A. Gabriel, Christopher J. Tyler, Stephen S. Cheung. Funding acquisition: Stephen S. Cheung. Investigation: Nico A. Coletta, Matthew M. Mallette

Neural, biomechanical, and physiological factors involved in sex-related differences in the maximal rate of isometric torque development

Objective Recent research has reported that lower maximal rate of torque development (dτ/dt max) exhibited by females, relative to males, during knee extension can be accounted for by normalization to a maximal voluntary contraction (MVC); however, this was not seen in the upper limb. Purpose The aim of the current work was to examine the contribution of maximum strength (τmax), ...

Reliability of the biceps brachii M-wave

Background The peak-to-peak (P-P) amplitude of the maximum M-wave and the area of the negative phase of the curve are important measures that serve as methodological controls in H-reflex studies, motor unit number estimation (MUNE) procedures, and normalization factors for voluntary electromyographic (EMG) activity. These methodologies assume, with little evidence, that M-wave ...