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Acute high‐intensity football games can improve children's inhibitory control and neurophysiological measures of attention

Exercise Physiology
LIND et al.
Used Parameters : BW, FFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Denmark

Journal : Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports

Recent studies suggest that a single bout of exercise can lead to transient performance improvements in specific cognitive domains in children. However, more knowledge is needed to determine the key exercise characteristics for obtaining these effects and how they translate into real‐world settings. In the present study, we investigate how small‐sided football games of either high‐or moderate‐intensity affect measures of inhibitory control in a school setting. Eighty‐one children (mean age 11.8, 48 boys) were randomly allocated to …
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