Acute Low-Intensity Aerobic Exercise Modulates Intracortical Inhibitory and Excitatory Circuits in an Exercised and a Non-exercised Muscle in the Primary Motor Cortex

    Yudai Yamazaki
    Yudai Yamazaki
    Saki Nakano
    Saki Nakano

    Frontiers in physiology, pp. 13612019.

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    intracortical excitatory circuitsintracortical inhibitory circuitslow-intensity aerobic exercisespinal excitabilitytranscranial magnetic stimulation

    Abstract:

    Recent studies have reported that acute aerobic exercise modulates intracortical excitability in the primary motor cortex (M1). However, whether acute low-intensity aerobic exercise can also modulate M1 intracortical excitability, particularly intracortical excitatory circuits, remains unclear. In addition, no previous studies have invest...More

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