Cerebral autoregulation is temporarily disturbed in the early recovery phase after dynamic resistance exercise

@article{Koch2005CerebralAI,
  title={Cerebral autoregulation is temporarily disturbed in the early recovery phase after dynamic resistance exercise},
  author={A. Koch and M. Ivers and A. Gehrt and P. Schnoor and A. Rump and H. Rieckert},
  journal={Clinical Autonomic Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={83-91}
}
  • A. Koch, M. Ivers, +3 authors H. Rieckert
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Autonomic Research
  • AimTo determine cerebral blood-flow velocity (CBFV) and parameters of dynamic cerebral autoregulation (CA) during and after exhausting resistance exercise.MethodsStrength endurance (23 repetitions) and maximal strength training (8 repetitions) in 16 female and 16 male athletes on a leg curler (m. quadriceps training; approx. 2 s contraction) in the upright position. Registration of ECG, blood pressure by Finapres®, CBFV by transcranial Doppler (TCD), and breathing by a Zak® breathing-belt… CONTINUE READING
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