Autonomic modulations of heart rate variability and performances in short-distance elite swimmers

@article{Merati2014AutonomicMO,
  title={Autonomic modulations of heart rate variability and performances in short-distance elite swimmers},
  author={Giampiero Merati and Martina A. Maggioni and Pietro Invernizzi and Claudio Ciapparelli and Luca Agnello and Arsenio Veicsteinas and Paolo Castiglioni},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={115},
  pages={825-835}
}
Endurance exercise is associated with high cardiac vagal tone, but how the cardiac autonomic control correlates with shorter anaerobic performances is unknown. Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate how autonomic modulations of heart rate (HR) variability (V) correlate with performances of short- (<1 min) and very short (<30 s) duration in elite athletes. Thirteen male swimmers, national-level crawl specialists in short (100-m) and very short (50-m) distances, were enrolled. HR was… CONTINUE READING
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