GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO ISOMETRIC EXERCISE IN THE SEATED AND SUPINE POSITIONS 999

@article{Boone1997GENDERDI,
  title={GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO ISOMETRIC EXERCISE IN THE SEATED AND SUPINE POSITIONS 999},
  author={Tommy Boone and Robert Andrew Robergs and Todd A. Astorino and Julien Steven Baker and Eric D. B. Goulet and Robert W. Gotshall and Len Kravitz and James J. Laskin and Jon K. Linderman and Ben-Mei Zhou and Donald R. Melrose},
  journal={Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise},
  year={1997},
  volume={29},
  pages={175}
}
ABSTRACT Donald R Melrose. Gender Differences In Cardiovascular Response To Isometric Exercise In The Seated And Supine Positions. JEP online . 2005;8(4):29-35. The purpose of this study was to 1) determine if the cardiovascular responses to isometric exercise differ between genders, and 2) determine if posture affects cardiovascular responses to isometric n women and 15 men (age 22.6±4.2 yrs) performed two randomized (seated or supine) maximal IHG trials at 40 %MVC one week apart. Blood… 
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