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The Central Governor Model in 2012: eight new papers deepen our understanding of the regulation of human exercise performance
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    • george d aber, athletics coach
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      • prof t.d. noakes

    I am a 67 year-old middle and long-distance running coach (level V). Nearly 6 decades ago I began running, and cut my athletics teeth on the old CAC model proposed by A.V.Hill.

    Today, after over 2 decades of being a student of exercise physiology, I am fascinated by this new concept proposed by Prof. Noakes.

    Many years ago I read that exercise-induced fatigue was a psycho- physiological phenomina that...

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