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Research Article

Reduced Muscle Glycogen Differentially Affects Exercise Performance and Muscle Fatigue

Table 3

Effects of fatiguing stimulation of tetanic force and fatigue.

LG groupHG groupCON group

Staircase ( / )1.25 ± 0.071.40 ± 0.08*1.42 ± 0.07*
Rate constant (/ )1.54 ± 0.091.39 ± 0.091.47 ± 0.07
Final force ( / )0.29 ± 0.030.34 ± 0.030.32 ± 0.04
Tetanic force (mN/gm)Rested36.98 ± 3.4233.15 ± 3.6235.22 ± 4.14
Fatigued18.33 ± 2.1117.53 ± 1.7719.02 ± 2.06
Relaxation rate (mN/ms)Rested61.9 ± 2.055.0 ± 2.5*51.3 ± 2.1*
Fatigued21.7 ± 2.720.3 ± 3.119.8 ± 2.6

: initial force. Tetanic forces are expressed per gram of dry muscle mass. * versus LG, versus rest. for each group and condition (rest or fatigue).

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