Sport and neuronal plasticity

Reply Sun 18 May, 2014 11:14 am
We know that motoric cortex can be changed by an intensive practice of sport or music. Elite athletes developp extended motor area for muscles activated in mouvements specific to their sport. My question is: does this extention of one part of the motor cortex minimize another motor area beside it? Would it mean that a expert in one sport does have worse capactities in other mouvements?
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