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Isometric Exercise and Endogenous Pain Inhibition

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Isometric Exercise and Endogenous Pain Inhibition

The purpose of this study is to identify the acute effects of isometric exercise on the inhibition of pain in individuals with fibromyalgia.

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Isometric Exercise

Participants will be asked to hold a submaximal voluntary contraction of the quadriceps muscle as long as they can (task failure).

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Isometric Exercise and Endogenous Pain Modulation

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NCT03778476

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bo26za