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A Review on Neural Factors Correlated with Resistance Training


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1 Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland, Torun, Cognitive Science, India
2 Nicolaus Copernicus University Collegium Medicum, Poland, Bydgoszcz, Institute of Medicine, India
     

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Neural factors correlated with resistance training seems to be still not understood well. In our article we write about mechanisms of DOMS and prevention to it, the impact of the muscle damage. Resistance training causes changes in the premotor cortex, is correlated with the skill learning and is not neutral to the peripheral nervous system, however, whole mechanism is still unknown. We will write about important factors correlated with resistance training that have neural background already investigated.

We conclude that second bout effect is not correlated with blood flow increasment. Moreover, we suggest that typical syndrome of DOMS, such as a decreased range of motion is due to the increased muscle activity after the resistance workout. Influence on nervous system in overall suggests that overtraining syndrome is due to neuronal factors as well.

Our goal is to show the already revealed spectrum of role that neurons are playing in resistance training.


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DOMS, Skill Learning, Muscle Damage, Overtraining Syndrome (OTS), Motor Imagery
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Authors

Slawomir Kujawski
Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland, Torun, Cognitive Science, India
Agnieszka Gajos
Nicolaus Copernicus University Collegium Medicum, Poland, Bydgoszcz, Institute of Medicine, India
Malgorzata Gajos
Nicolaus Copernicus University Collegium Medicum, Poland, Bydgoszcz, Institute of Medicine, India
Zaneta Chatys
Nicolaus Copernicus University Collegium Medicum, Poland, Bydgoszcz, Institute of Medicine, India

Abstract


Neural factors correlated with resistance training seems to be still not understood well. In our article we write about mechanisms of DOMS and prevention to it, the impact of the muscle damage. Resistance training causes changes in the premotor cortex, is correlated with the skill learning and is not neutral to the peripheral nervous system, however, whole mechanism is still unknown. We will write about important factors correlated with resistance training that have neural background already investigated.

We conclude that second bout effect is not correlated with blood flow increasment. Moreover, we suggest that typical syndrome of DOMS, such as a decreased range of motion is due to the increased muscle activity after the resistance workout. Influence on nervous system in overall suggests that overtraining syndrome is due to neuronal factors as well.

Our goal is to show the already revealed spectrum of role that neurons are playing in resistance training.


Keywords


DOMS, Skill Learning, Muscle Damage, Overtraining Syndrome (OTS), Motor Imagery