Intensity thresholds for aerobic exercise-induced hypoalgesia.

@article{Naugle2014IntensityTF,
  title={Intensity thresholds for aerobic exercise-induced hypoalgesia.},
  author={Kelly Marie Naugle and Keith E. Naugle and Roger B. Fillingim and Brian Samuels and Joseph L. Riley},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={817-25}
}
INTRODUCTION Despite many studies investigating exercise-induced hypoalgesia, there is limited understanding of the optimal intensity of aerobic exercise in producing hypoalgesic effects across different types of pain stimuli. Given that not all individuals are willing or capable of engaging in high-intensity aerobic exercise, whether moderate-intensity aerobic exercise (MAE) is associated with a hypoalgesic response and whether this response generalizes to multiple pain induction techniques… CONTINUE READING
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