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Chris Brogden, Kelly Marrin, Richard Page and Matt Greig

Physiologically, optimal physical performance closely follows increases in core body temperature and readying of norepinephrine signaling cascades. 13 If physical performance does not align with endogenous biological peaks, it can initiate both physical and mental fatigue, which could potentially increase the

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Ramesh Kaipa, Bethany Howard, Roha Kaipa, Eric Turcat and Laurielle Prema

superiority of distributed practice over massed practice is memory consolidation. The extended rest intervals between practice sessions in distributed practice not only prevent physical and mental fatigue, but also allow for the neurophysiological processes of memory consolidation ( Simmons, 2012

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Jenny H. Conviser, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Riley Nickols

ethic, perseverance, and coachability. At times, however, athletes may adopt the “more is better” mentality and develop patterns of overtraining that may contribute to physical and mental fatigue. DEBs and EDs and the associated chronic malnutrition impede improvement of strength, flexibility and