Does load uncertainty affect adaptation to catch training?

  title={Does load uncertainty affect adaptation to catch training?},
  author={William P. Berg and Brian J. Richards and Aaron M. Hannigan and Kelsey L. Biller and Michael R. Hughes},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
Catching relies on anticipatory and compensatory control processes. Load uncertainty increases anticipatory and compensatory neuromotor effort in catching. This experiment tested the effect of load uncertainty in plyometric catch/throw training on elbow flexion reaction time (RT), movement time (MT) and peak torque, as well as the distribution of… CONTINUE READING