Control of cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating during recovery from dynamic exercise in humans.

@article{Journeay2004ControlOC,
  title={Control of cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating during recovery from dynamic exercise in humans.},
  author={W. Shane Journeay and Francis D. Reardon and Christopher R. Martin and Glen P. Kenny},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={2207-12}
}
The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of 1) passive (assisted pedaling), 2) active (loadless pedaling), and 3) inactive (motionless) recovery modes on mean arterial pressure (MAP), skin blood flow (SkBF), and sweating during recovery after 15 min of dynamic exercise. It was hypothesized that an active recovery mode would be most effective in attenuating the fall in MAP, SkBF, and sweating during exercise recovery. Six male subjects performed 15 min of cycle ergometer exercise at 70… CONTINUE READING

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