Children’s Neuromotor and Muscle-Functional Attributes—Outstanding Issues

in Pediatric Exercise Science
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  • 1 Brock University
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The current understanding of child-adult differences in muscular and neuromotor function will be reviewed while highlighting the gaps in our knowledge and raising research questions that could be addressed in the immediate or near future. Topics include muscle activation, muscle composition, strength attributes, strength- and aerobic-training, neuromotor development, where neuromuscular differences originate from, and the possible interrelationships between motor and cognitive function. The various differences will be discussed on their specific merits, but also as possible manifestations of a common underlying factor which, if true, could provide a more holistic view of child-adult functional differences.

The author is with the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Address author correspondence to Raffy Dotan at rdotan@brocku.ca.
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