Endothelial function of young healthy males following whole body resistance training.

@article{Rakobowchuk2005EndothelialFO,
  title={Endothelial function of young healthy males following whole body resistance training.},
  author={Mark Rakobowchuk and Cheri L. McGowan and Patricia C. E. de Groot and Joseph W Hartman and Stuart M Phillips and Maureen J MacDonald},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={98 6},
  pages={2185-90}
}
Given the increasing emphasis on performance of resistance exercise as an essential component of health, we evaluated, using a prospective longitudinal design, the potential for resistance training to affect arterial endothelial function. Twenty-eight men (23 +/- 3.9 yr old; mean +/- SE) engaged in 12 wk of whole body resistance training five times per week using a repeating split-body 3-day cycle. Brachial endothelial function was measured using occlusion cuff-induced flow-mediated dilation… CONTINUE READING
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