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Research Article

Acute Exercise and Motor Memory Consolidation: The Role of Exercise Timing

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of study subjects (mean ± SD).

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Number of subjects12121212
Age (years)24.2 ± 3.024.3 ± 2.324.1 ± 2.323.6 ± 2.0
Weight (kg)81.7 ± 10.077.9 ± 12.580.4 ± 6.778.8 ± 13.1
Height (cm)185.8 ± 6.0180.1 ± 9.1184.0 ± 7.6182.3 ± 7.0
BMI (kg/m2)23.7 ± 2.623.9 ± 2.423.8 ± 1.923.6 ± 2.8
General physical activity #(IPAQ) (low/moderate/high)0/4/80/2/100/6/60/1/11
(mL O2⋅min−1⋅kg−1)51.0 ± 4.651.1 ± 4.649.0 ± 5.650.4 ± 6.9
(W)325.0 ± 50.0320.8 ± 39.7304.2 ± 25.8312.5 ± 37.7
Baseline VAT score 51.5 ± 8.949.2 ± 9.352.2 ± 9.350.6 ± 7.8

Number of subjects per group.
BMI = body mass index, IPAQ = international physical activity questionnaire (long), = maximal relative oxygen uptake, = peak power output, and VAT = visuomotor accuracy tracking task.

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