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Thread: Physical exercise and cognitive capability - any connection?

  1. #1 Physical exercise and cognitive capability - any connection? 
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    Scientific researches show, that physical activity and low/moderate aerobic exercise are good in cognitive aspects - it's logical.

    But few is known about explosive or maximal exercise. These two exercises are different from low/moderate aerobic training.

    My hypothesis is that during an explosive/maximal exercise (powerlifting, explosive jumps etc) muscles need more neural stimulation and this can cause short-term central fatigue. Central fatigue should influence cognitive capability.

    Can it be true?

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