Effects of a maximal exercise test on neurocognitive function.

  title={Effects of a maximal exercise test on neurocognitive function.},
  author={Tracey M Covassin and Leigh M. Weiss and John Powell and Christopher Womack},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={370-4; discussion 374}
OBJECTIVE To examine the effects of a maximal exercise test on cognitive function in recreational athletes. DESIGN A repeated-measures design was used to compare baseline with post-cognitive function and fatigue symptoms after a maximal exercise test. SETTING Division 1 American Midwestern University, (Michigan State University, Michigan, USA). PARTICIPANTS 102 male and female recreational athletes. INTERVENTION Participants in the experimental group (n = 54) were asked to perform a… CONTINUE READING
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