Cross education can also be seen in the transfer of skills from one limb to the other.
A resistance trainer witnesses strength gains in her left and right biceps after participating in a strength training program for only her right biceps. This phenomenon is due to factors both at the muscular, spinal and neural levels.
A basketball player learns to dribble a basketball with his right hand and then successfully performs the task with his left hand even though he had undergone no previous training with his left side.
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