EMG amplitude, fatigue threshold, and time to task failure: A meta-analysis

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EMG amplitude, fatigue threshold, and time to task failure: A meta-analysis

Electromyographic (EMG) fatigue threshold (EMGFT) is a correlate of critical power and torque or force thresholds which establish theoretical exercise intensities below which neuromuscular fatigability is negligible and unpredictable. These thresholds are identified by the point where rate of change of EMG amplitude (ΔEG) is zero. Recent studies provide evidence of neuromuscular fatigability below critical thresholds and raise questions about the construct validity of EMGFT.

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