2.2. Test Exercises
This protocol is extracted from research article:
Comparison of Modular Control during Side Cutting before and after Fatigue
Appl Bionics Biomech, Jan 7, 2021; DOI: 10.1155/2021/8860207

The test exercise was 5 repeated sidesteps with a width of 1.1 times the subject's height. The protocol was performed in the following order: first, five repeated sidestep motions at full effort, followed by the fatigue intervention, and finally, 5 repeated sidestep motions at full effort in the fatigue state. The subjects performed lateral jumps as a fatigue intervention. Lateral jumps can impose a large load on many muscles around the hip [23]. The width of the lateral jump was the same as the subject's height. The fatigue intervention required continuous lateral jumping, and fatigue was reached when the subjects could not keep jumping in sync with the metronome (DB-60, BOSS Co., Japan) rhythm at 60 Hz or jumping the distance of their height.

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