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Performance and neuromuscular adaptations following differing ratios of concurrent strength and endurance training
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2013)
The interference effect attenuates strength and hypertrophic responses when strength and endurance training are conducted concurrently; however, the influence of training frequency on these responses remain unclear ...
Mirror training to augment cross–education during resistance training: a hypothesis
Resistance exercise has been shown to be a potent stimulus for neuromuscular adaptations. These adaptations are not confined to the exercising muscle and have been consistently shown to produce increases in strength and ...
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation attenuates the perception of force output production in non-exercised hand muscles after unilateral exercise
(Public Library of Science, 2013)
We examined whether unilateral exercise creates perception bias in the non-exercised limb and ascertained whether rTMS applied to the primary motor cortex (M1) interferes with this perception. All participants completed 4 ...