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...Several months ago, Dr. Mullen touched on a rarely discussed, but very critical topic: neural fatigue. “The devil, or forgotten Little Nicky, for optimal race results is neural fatigue....

...Neural training and control are essential skills for elite athletes. These skills combined with strength, agility, and flexibility are a few characteristics which separate professional athletes from pretenders....

...on the role of the neural tension and strength, could you please explain the study and the results? Over the last 15 or so years there has been a lot...

...Neural training is an often misunderstood aspect of training. From my experience, neural training is higher in swimming than any other sport, since swimming requires motion through a...

...This is a continuation of the forgotten swimming training, read part I here. Neural drive is utilized in every sport, but more in swimming. Swimming is a unique activity,...

...through resistance training, as the results of a current study imply strength and endurance training result in different neural response. However, future studies must assess the response in trained athletes,...

...V wave. “Although these evoked responses are affected by common neural mechanisms, during voluntary contractions, the H reflex is more sensitive to altered presynaptic inhibition and motoneuron excitability whereas the...

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...also had decreased pain. Summary MI has the potential of improving biomechanics through neural plasticity. It also may improve pain and function in those with shoulder impingement. Future studies must...

...the researchers split the subjects into two groups, a motor imagery group and a neural activities group. The motor imagery group performed five weeks of 3 sessions a week lasting...

   
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