A Preliminary Note on the Effect of Fatigue Due to Load March on the Agility of a Soldier
Keywords: Cumulative Fatigue, Neuromuscular
AbstractThe effect of long load- marches on mental alertness and neuromuscular coordination was tested by appropriate tests. The results , which are of a preliminary nature, showed that although cumulative fatigue did not bring about any significant deterioration, a tendency towards deterioration was clearly evident.
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Rai, H. (2014). A Preliminary Note on the Effect of Fatigue Due to Load March on the Agility of a Soldier. Defence Science Journal, 15(1), 51-52. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.15.7255
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