The Effect of Contraction Type and Training Volume in Unilateral Exercises on Cross-Education: A Narrative Review Study

SUMMARY Objective. The effect of unilateral exercises on the untrained limb, usually called “cross-education,” can help treat immobility. Review studies in 2017 have shown that type of contraction, volume, and intensity of training are effective on the rate of cross-education. Therefore, this review study aimed at the kind of contraction and the volume of training on crossed education. Methods. … Continued

An Ecological Dynamics Perspective of Return to Play Decision-Making for Extreme Sport Athletes

SUMMARY Background. Extreme sport participation occurs for many reasons. A commonality for many is the high risk of serious injury or death, particularly in association with mismanaged execution. Methods. This review describes a conceptual return to play decision-making model for extreme sport athletes based on considerations of ecological dynamics. Result. In guiding the extreme sport … Continued