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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
Exercise and Sport Sciences Review
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doi: 10.1097/JES.0b013e3181aa63e2; PubMed Central: PMCID 2909485
Women can be less fatigable than men due to sex-related differences within the neuromuscular system that impact physiological adjustments during a fatiguing task. The involved mechanism(s) for the sex difference, however, is task specific. This review explores the novel hypothesis that variation of the task will alter the magnitude of the sex-difference in muscle fatigue and the contribution of involved mechanisms.
Hunter, Sandra K., "Sex Differences and Mechanisms of Task-Specific Muscle Fatigue" (2009). Exercise Science Faculty Research and Publications. 19.