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CNS taxation.

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Ted-P, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. Ted-P

    Ted-P Brown Belt

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    I was thinking............

    so can the CNS be trained separately like the muscle for movement or body parts or is it worked as a whole?
     
  2. Ted-P

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    I'm guessing as a whole.

    But I don't know for sure.
     
  3. Jay M.

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    Ya, as a whole for the most part but it will be more efficient with movements it is accustomed to.
     
  4. Jay M.

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    Damn right; there is actual evidence of teaching the body to function as a whole or one unit.
     
  5. Eclypse

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    And, per the name of the thread, how is it that the CNS is actually taxed? What happens to it? Please include referenced, scholastic proof if possible.
     
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    Please use google for this. Not being an asshole, it just makes good sense to get your references directly from the source in an objective as possible manner.
     
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