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Determining the potential sites of neural adaptation to cross-education: implications for the cross-education of muscle strength
Cross-education describes the strength gain in the opposite, untrained limb following a unilateral strength training program. Since its discovery in 1894, several studies now confirm the existence of cross-education in ...
Mirror training augments the cross-education of strength and affects inhibitory paths
(American College of Sports Medicine, 2016)
Purpose: Unilateral strength training strengthens not only the muscles on the trained side but also the homologous muscles on the untrained side; however, the magnitude of this interlimb cross-education is modest. We ...