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|Title:||Transcranial magnetic stimulation in sport science: a commentary|
|Keywords:||Contralateral adaptation;Eccentric training;Exercise;Fatigue;TMS;Recovery|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Citation:||European Journal of Sport Science, 14 (1), pp. S332 - S340, (2014)|
|Abstract:||The aim of this commentary is to provide a brief overview of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and highlight how this technique can be used to investigate the acute and chronic responses of the central nervous system to exercise. We characterise the neuromuscular responses to TMS and discuss how these measures can be used to investigate the mechanisms of fatigue in response to locomotor exercise.We also discuss how TMS might be used to study the corticospinal adaptations to resistance exercise training, with particular emphasis on the responses to shortening/lengthening contractions and contralateral training. The limited data to date suggest that TMS is a valuable technique for exploring the mechanisms of central fatigue and neural adaptation.|
|Appears in Collections:||Sport|
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