Department of Health and Kinesiology, The University of Texas at Tyler, USA
*Corresponding author: Benjamin Tseng, PhD, Laboratory of Brain Aging and Neuromotor Behavior, Department of Health and Kinesiology, The University of Texas at Tyler, 3900 University Blvd, Tyler, TX 75799, USA, Tel: 903-566-7042; Fax: 903-566-7065; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission: February 24, 2018; Published: February 27, 2018
Volume2 Issue1 February 2018
Maintaining cognitive vitality remains challenging in our rapidly aging society. It has been well documented that as we age, even simple daily tasks become challenging as it increasingly draws cognitive resources from neural pathways outside of the primary motor cortex. The purpose of this statement is to explore the potential use of novel motor training as a countermeasure to alleviate cognitive declines in older adults.
Keywords: Motor control; Cognitive aging; Mild cognitive impairment