Enhanced maximal metabolic vasodilatation in the dominant forearms of tennis players.

@article{Sinoway1986EnhancedMM,
  title={Enhanced maximal metabolic vasodilatation in the dominant forearms of tennis players.},
  author={Lawrence I. Sinoway and Timothy I Musch and J R Minotti and Robert Zelis},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={61 2},
  pages={673-8}
}
In an effort to evaluate potential peripheral adaptations to training, maximal metabolic vasodilation was studied in the dominant and nondominant forearms of six tennis players and six control subjects. Maximal metabolic vasodilation was defined as the peak forearm blood flow measured after release of arterial occlusion, the reactive hyperemic blood flow (RHBF). Two ischemic stimuli were employed in each subject: 5 min of arterial occlusion (RHBF5) and 5 min of arterial occlusion coupled with 1… CONTINUE READING
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