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Aspectos Biomecânicos e Fisiológicos da Fadiga na Locomoção Humana: Conceitos, Mecanismos e Aplicações

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15602/1983-9480/cmrs.v12n23p89-98

https://www.metodista.br/revistas/revistas-ipa/index.php/RS/index 

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Artur B. Santos1, Renata L. Bona2, Flávio A. S. Castro3 & Leonardo A. P. Tartaruga3

 

Resumo: A locomoção humana é um resultado complexo do processo de evolução. O conhecimento da influência do processo da fadiga constitui-se de uma importante ferramenta para melhora do treinamento, reabilitação e desempenho na marcha e na corrida. Diferentes conceitos são utilizados para o termo fadiga e no estudo dos seus processos diversas metodologias são geralmente utilizadas, pois possibilitam condições controladas para aquisição de dados biomecânicos, neuromusculares e fisiológicos viabilizando a análise dos fatores envolvidos no desenvolvimento da fadiga. Não existe um consenso sobre os mecanismos do processo de fadiga, seja ela de origem periférica ou central. Dessa maneira, esses fatores são importantes para profissionais do treinamento, da reabilitação física e da área da saúde em geral.

Palavras-chave: Fadiga - Locomoção Humana – Biomecânica – Fisiologia – Reabilitação

 

Abstract: The human locomotion is a complex result of evolution process. The comprehension of fatigue is an important tool for improves training, rehabilitation of human gait knowledge. Different concepts are used to define fatigue and to study processes involved several methodologies is often used for evaluation because allow controlled conditions for biomechanics, neuromuscular and physiologic data acquisition, making possible the analysis of the factors involved in the fatigue development. The source of the fatigue process in both cases, central or peripheral are discussed in the literature. Thus, these factors are important for professional of training, physical rehabilitation and health care.

Key words: Fatigue – Human locomotion – Biomechanics – Physiology - Rehabilitation

 

1 Mestrando em Ciências do Movimento Humano - PPGCMH/ UFRGS
2 Mestranda em Ciências do Movimento Humano - PPGCMH/ UFRGS
3 Docente do PPGCMH/ UFRGS

 

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