Local Muscular Endurance - Fibre Type, slow twitch fibres are suited to endurance activities, the greater percentage of fast-twitch fibres in the muscle, the greater that muscular fatigue. In contrast the greater distribution of slow-twitch fibres in the muscle, the lower the levels of muscular fatigue.
Anaerobic Capacity - Age, this factor will tend to peak at about 30 years of age then decline 1% per year. As the body becomes less able to synthesis protein, and it decreases in fuel stored and anaerobic enzyme.
Flexibility - Soft tissue, soft tissue includes muscle, connective tissue & skin. Each of these provide resistance to movements and affects flexibility. Stretching lengths connective tissue, muscle and tendon length which will all increase the range of motion and the joint and therefore the flexibility of a joint.
Local Muscular Endurance - mental strength, elite performers are able to display high levels of LME and can perform in the face of fatigue because they have greater abilities to preform beyond the pain barrier.
Local Muscular Endurance - muscle temperature, elevated temperatures will decrease LME because the muscles will increasingly be performing anaerobically and less oxygen is directed to the working muscles.