Fatigue During Muscular Exercise. Brooks Chapter 33. Muscular Fatigue. Inability to maintain a given exercise intensity. Several causes for fatigue. Fatigue is task specific. Can have impairment within the active muscle. peripheral fatigue Fatigue can also be due to central factors.
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Brooks Chapter 33
ATP and CP
There are several reasons why Ca2+ may be involved in muscle fatigue:
1. VO2max limited by O2 transport
2. VO2max limited by the respiratory capacity of contracting muscles.
TaO2 = Q(CaO2)