Exercise training reduces the sympathetic component of the blood pressure-heart rate baroreflex in man.

@article{Kingwell1992ExerciseTR,
  title={Exercise training reduces the sympathetic component of the blood pressure-heart rate baroreflex in man.},
  author={Bronwyn A. Kingwell and Anthony M Dart and Garry L Jennings and Paul I. Korner},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={1992},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={357-62}
}
1. Exercise training reduces resting sympathetic activity, but the effects on sympathetic activation or withdrawal during baroreflex responses to blood pressure perturbations are controversial. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of training on both the vagal and sympathetic reflex heart rate responses to blood pressure changes. 2. Using 10 healthy males in a randomized cross-over design, we examined the effects of three 30 min cycling sessions at 70% of maximal capacity… CONTINUE READING

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