Effects of endurance training on resting and post-exercise cardiac autonomic control.

@article{Yamamoto2001EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of endurance training on resting and post-exercise cardiac autonomic control.},
  author={K Yamamoto and Motohiko Miyachi and T. Saitoh and Akira Yoshioka and Sho Onodera},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2001},
  volume={33 9},
  pages={
          1496-502
        }
}
PURPOSE Endurance training induces reductions in both resting and postexercise heart rate (HR). If adaptation in cardiac autonomic regulation is a contributing factor in these reductions, changes in cardiac autonomic nervous system (ANS) should correspond to those in HR during an endurance-training program. We investigated the changes in resting and postexercise HR variabilities (both in the time and frequency domain) over a 6-wk training program. METHODS HR variability was measured five… CONTINUE READING

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