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Supraspinal Fatigue and Neural-evoked Responses in Lowlanders and Sherpa at 5050 m.

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Summary of "Supraspinal Fatigue and Neural-evoked Responses in Lowlanders and Sherpa at 5050 m."

At high-altitude, Lowlanders exhibit exacerbated fatigue and impaired performance. Conversely, Sherpa (native Highlanders) are known for their outstanding performance at altitude. Presently, there are no reports comparing neuromuscular fatigue and its etiology between Lowlanders and native Sherpa at altitude.

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Name: Medicine and science in sports and exercise
ISSN: 1530-0315
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