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Effect of Masticatory Movement Using Gum on Walking and Cycling: A Randomized Crossover Design
Byung-Gul Lim, Hyunji Kim, Jun-Hyun Bae, Ji-Won Seo, Seong-Eun Kwak, Chae-Young Shin, Jooeun Ahn, Wook Song
Exerc Sci. 2021;30(3):361-368.   Published online 2021 August 31    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2021.30.3.361

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Effect of Masticatory Movement Using Gum on Walking and Cycling: A Randomized Crossover Design
Exercise Science. 2021;30(3):361-368   Crossref logo
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