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The main purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between central and peripheral factors to motor performance. Effort sense of legs which is thought to be as an index of central factor was not affected by the increase in blood lactate concentration and the decrease in intramuscular pH. Motor performance to intense exercise was decreased with effort sense of legs at pre-exercise. Thus, it was suggested that motor performance is affected by effort sense of legs rather than peripheral factors.
Attribution of KAKENHI