Effect of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Inhibition of Motor Response Based on Correlation Analysis
In this paper, the effects of acute moderate intensity aerobic exercise on inhibition ability of college students were investigated from different aspects, such as behavioral performance, physiological response, and cognitive processing mode of brain. In this paper, college students were selected as the research object, and the content of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in blood was recorded and analyzed after moderate intensity aerobic exercise or reading intervention at the same time. In this paper, we completed the behavioral response and brain activity of the adapted go / NoGo task. After acute moderate intensity aerobic exercise, the correct rate of behavior inhibition of college students increased. The content of BDNF increased, and Nogo-N2 and NoGo-P3, which represent the inhibition ability, had obvious effect. Acute moderate intensity aerobic exercise can effectively promote the inhibition ability of college students, and its mechanism may lie in the rapid recognition of inhibition signals and the allocation of cognitive resources, as well as more peripheral BDNF circulation.