The muscles of jaw closure were involved and produced weakness with prolonged meal time (fatigable
(2004) Men are more fatigable
than strength-matched women when performing intermittent submaximal contractions.
All of them had fatigable
limb weakness with a limb power MRC grading of 3/5 to 4/5.
"Prepubertal children were observed to be metabolically comparable to well-trained adult endurance athletes, and were thus less fatigable
during high-intensity exercise than untrained adult," the authors write.
On direct questioning, she reported no disturbance of bladder or bowel function or of sensation, no voice changing, choking or swallowing difficulty, no double vision, skin rash or dryness of the mouth, and no fatigable
element to the weakness.
The characteristic clinical feature includes fatigable
weakness of muscles with early involvement of facial and extraocular muscles .
Although our HIT protocol represents higher exercise intensity (as well as a higher fatigable
exercise), our MIT protocol represents a more energy-expensive protocol (higher volume of training).
Approximately 15 min of fatigable
exercise is able to induce a 44% increase in WBC concentration in bloodstream of lean mice.