Improved arterial flow-mediated dilation after exertion involves hydrogen peroxide in overweight and obese adults following aerobic exercise training.

@article{Robinson2016ImprovedAF,
  title={Improved arterial flow-mediated dilation after exertion involves hydrogen peroxide in overweight and obese adults following aerobic exercise training.},
  author={Austin T. Robinson and Nina Cherie Franklin and Edita Norkeviciute and Jing Tan Bian and James C Babana and Mary R. Szczurek and Shane A Phillips},
  journal={Journal of hypertension},
  year={2016},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={1309-16}
}
OBJECTIVE Acute strenuous physical exertion impairs arterial function in sedentary adults. We investigated the effects of 8 weeks of regular aerobic exercise training on acute physical exertion-induced arterial dysfunction in sedentary, overweight, and obese adults. METHODS Twenty-five overweight and obese adults (BMI 30.5 ± 7.2 years) were assigned to 8 weeks of aerobic training or to a control group. Brachial artery flow-mediated dilation (FMD) was assessed before and after acute leg press… CONTINUE READING

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