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The Physiological basis of Fatigue. Mechanism of Fatigue in Small Muscle Groups; N. Maassen. Factors Contributing to Enhanced Fatigue-Resistance in Low-Frequency Stimulated Muscle; D. Pette. Energy Metabolism and Muscle Fatigue During Exercise; K. Sahlin.Systemic Limitations to Maximum Exercise in Health. Domains of Aerobic function and Their Limiting Parameters; B.J. Whipp. Does Ventilation ever Limit Human Performance?; C.A. Harms, J.A. Dempsey.Pathophysiology of Exercise Intolerance. Exercise in Chronic Respiratory Disease; C.G. Gallagher, D.D. Marciniuk. Exercise Physiology and the Immune System; B.K. Pedersen, T. Rohde.Sports-Specific Limitations to Exercise in Health and Disease. Physiological Limitations to Endurance Exercise; R.L. Hughson, et al. Cardiopulmonary and Metabolic Responses to Upper Body Exercise; J.M.Steinacker.Enhancing Exercise Tolerance in Health and Disease. Can Amino Acids Influence Exercise Performance in Athletes?; E.a.Newsholme, L.M. Castle. Enhancing Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Lung Disease; R. Casaburi. 32 Additional Articles. Index.
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