Effect of Particulate Matter Concentration on Changes in Phys-iological Fatigue Variables with Resistance Exercise

  • Sang Soo KIM Department of Physical Education, Keimyung University, Daugu, South Korea
  • Woo Yeul BAEK Department of Sport Management, Kyonggi University, Suwon, South Korea
  • Sung Bum JU Department of Physical Education, Busan National University of Education, Busan, South Korea

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Published
2019-12-02
How to Cite
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KIM SS, BAEK WY, JU SB. Effect of Particulate Matter Concentration on Changes in Phys-iological Fatigue Variables with Resistance Exercise. Iran J Public Health. 48(12):2306-2307.
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