The Effect of Calcium on Muscle Fatigue during Prolonged Exercise

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The Effect of Calcium on Muscle Fatigue during Prolonged Exercise
Introduction
While it is widely recognized that exercise causes to muscle fatigue, the specific physiological mechanisms which contribute to muscle fatigue are still under review. It is believed that muscle fatigue is not the result of a single physiological action but is most likely the result of multiple mechanisms which affect the body differently; “however, the mechanisms involved are complex, poorly defined, and controversial” (Allen, Lamb, &
Westerblad
, 2007; 296). One mechanism known to contribute to muscle fatigue is calcium, but research shows that calcium affects muscles in several different ways. Impaired calcium release during fatigue is identified as one...
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