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The cross-education effect refers to:
The cross-education effect works mainly in the lower limb.
Contralateral strength gains via the cross-education effect are principally observed in the homologous muscle group.
Following injury, surgery or immobilisation, properly designed cross-education training could be used to attenuate strength losses in the injured limb.
Design of cross-education interventions to maximise contralateral strength gain (or minimise loss) should focus on: