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Table 5 Variation of performance post fatigue (fatigue rate) and inter-limb asymmetry

From: The effect of fatigue on asymmetry between lower limbs in functional performances in elite child taekwondo athletes

  Limb Fatigue rate (%) State Asymmetry (%)
Power     
 CMJ DL 11.56 ± 9.33 Rested 8.20 ± 11.97
NDL 12.79 ± 9.64 Fatigued 12.76 ± 9.48
 Hop DL 8.45 ± 4.52 Rested 6.64 ± 5.99
NDL 6.91 ± 5.95 Fatigued 9.59 ± 4.79
 Triple Hop DL 6.17 ± 4.82 Rested 5.78 ± 6.41*
NDL 8.36 ± 6.35 Fatigued 9.69 ± 6.45
SEBT
 ANT RD DL 4.40 ± 6.95 Rested 8.36 ± 4.75*
NDL 4.61 ± 7.36 Fatigued 3.71 ± 3.30
 PM RD DL 5.96 ± 8.17 Rested 7.44 ± 5.83
NDL 1.02 ± 6.95 Fatigued 10.67 ± 4.53
 PL RD DL 5.58 ± 9.62 Rested 9.97 ± 7.93
NDL − 2.17 ± 8.04 Fatigued 8.64 ± 6.18
 COM RD DL 5.13 ± 4.51 Rested 6.06 ± 4.08
NDL 1.42 ± 3.71 Fatigued 4.03 ± 2.17
Flexibility
 Hamstring DL 7.48 ± 16.84 Rested 8.32 ± 6.03
NDL 5.21 ± 19.18 Fatigued 11.33 ± 8.62
 Gastrocnemius DL −  6.92 ± 14.92 Rested 7.85 ± 5.45
NDL − 3.12 ± 8.30 Fatigued 7.09 ± 6.25
  1. CMJ single-leg countermovement jump, DL dominant leg, NDL non-dominant leg, ANT anterior, PM posteromedial, PL posterolateral, COM composite, RD reach distance
  2. *Significant difference between the rested and fatigued state
  3. Significant difference between the dominant and non-dominant leg