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The October 2016 issue of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews is available online now! Make sure to check out the paper by Inge Zijdewind and colleagues on the important distinction between fatigue and fatigability.
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Zijdewind, Inge; Prak, Roeland F.; Wolkorte, Ria
Zijdewind, Inge; Prak, Roeland F.; Wolkorte, Ria Less
Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 44(4):123-128, October 2016.
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Franz, Jason R.
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Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 44(4):129-136, October 2016.
Just, Timothy P.; Cooper, Ian R.; DeLorey, Darren S.
Just, Timothy P.; Cooper, Ian R.; DeLorey, Darren S. Less
Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 44(4):137-143, October 2016.
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