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Exercises on a Treadmill and Neural Development

(Neuromuscular activity during walking and running on a treadmill)

Physical activities like walking and running on a treadmill, are example of voluntary movement disorders.

 

Walking or running on treadmill consist of continuous repeated rhythmic and patterned movement.

 

By walking and running on tread mill, we do not travel from one place to another for what is supposed to be the purpose of walking and running, but despite walking or running we are always stay at the same place. And because of that fact, those physical activities like walking or running on treadmill have no purpose.

 

Physical activities like running, swimming, etc. involve a continuous repeated rhythmic and patterned movement, but those activities have a purpose because we travel from one place to another.

 

Another fact is that while running and walking on a treadmill, we do not propel our self with the legs and feet but to a greater extent we are habitually maintaining the lifting motion of the legs and to some extent, we fall from one leg to the other on the moving belt. 

 

Walking or running on a treadmill gives the musculoskeletal system a physical workout that makes the musculoskeletal system stronger and because of that fact, it makes them able to walk or run with more ease but only on the moving belt of a treadmill, which doesn’t make us able to walk or run with more ease on the real (stabile) ground.

 

The neuromuscular control centre and neuromuscular periphery system, together with the musculoskeletal system, has the function to support the body (body weight) and to carry our body (body weight) on real-stabile ground.

 

a)      We acquire the ability to walk, run and jump by trying to walk, run and jump.

 

b)      We master our walking, running and jumping skill by walking, running and jumping.

 

The ability to walk, run and jump enables us to carry our own body (body weight) from one place to the other.

 

A mastering of walking, running and jumping skill (walking, running and jumping ability and endurance) enables us to carry our own body (own body weight) from one place to the other with more ease.

 

a)      By doing exercises on a treadmill, we improve our walking endurance but walking, running and jumping skills (locomotion skills) deteriorate).

 

b)      Deterioration of walking, running and jumping skills leads to the deterioration of walking and running efficiency.

 

Walking, running and jumping is a musculoskeletal activity as well as a brain activity (the activity of the neuromuscular control centre and the activity of neuromuscular periphery system).

 

By doing exercises on a tread mill, the musculoskeletal system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system and the neuromuscular periphery system are increasingly active and the neuromuscular control centre isn’t.

 

An increase in activity of the musculoskeletal system always causes an increase in the activity of the cardiovascular system and an increase in the activity of the respiratory system.

 

Exercises on a tread mill causes an increased activity of musculoskeletal, respiratory and cardiovascular systems but while doing exercises on a stationary bike or tread mill, the neuromuscular control centre is under-active

 

1.      Humans normal walking and running pattern is heel-toe walking and heel toe running.

 

2.      Moving belt on the treadmill on which we are walking or running forces us to toe walking and toe running.

 

Prolonged time of doing exercises on a treadmill will negative affect our daily walking and running patterns at the same time as it negatively affects our motor skill and neurological health.

 

Strenuous exercises on a treadmill will increase the possibility of neurological damage (the more strenuous it is the more will increase the possibility of causing neurological damage).

 

Exercises on a tread mill during pregnancy, particularly if they are strenuous and/or if they are done for a prolonged period of time / overuse tread mill, very likely can negatively affect the baby’s prenatal brain development.
 
 

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Treadmill and Voluntary Movement Disorder - Page 4

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Exercises that Positively Affect Neural Development and Physical Health

1)  Foreword – Page 1a

2)  Introduction – Page 1b

3)  Physical Geography and Stroke Incidences – Page 1c

4)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in Florida – Page 1d

5)  The Reasons for the Higher Incidence of Stroke in North Florida than in South Florida – Page 2a

6)  The Reasons for the Lower Incidence of Stroke in the New York Metropolitan Area – Page 2b

7)  The Reasons for the Racial Disparity in Stroke Incidence – Page 3a

8)  Susceptibility to Stroke when Migrated to Geographical Regions with Lower Incidence of Stroke – Page 3b

9)  Summary – Page 3c

 


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