Data about: Acute Exercise on Motor Complex Consolidation: Exploring the executive function moderator role
Dataset containing demographics and exercise characteristics of each participant included in our study, and motor performance outcomes for each subject during every trial of the motor task.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of a single high-intensity interval training (HIIT) on the consolidation of complex motor skills and investigate the differences between executive function (EF) demanding motor tasks and non-EF motor tasks. Sixty young adults practiced a golf putting task under Stroop effects (EF groups) or without (NEF groups). Immediately after, participants performed 13 minutes running HIIT session (EF-EXE; NEF-EXE) or rested (EF-REST; NEF-REST). Motor retention was assessed 7 days after motor skill acquisition.
- 2023-04-14 first online, published, posted