Post-resistance exercise hypotension, hemodynamics, and heart rate variability: influence of exercise intensity

@article{Rezk2006PostresistanceEH,
  title={Post-resistance exercise hypotension, hemodynamics, and heart rate variability: influence of exercise intensity},
  author={Cl{\'a}udio C Rezk and R. C. B. Marrache and Ta{\'i}s Tinucci and D{\'e}cio Mion and Cl{\'a}udia L{\'u}cia de Moraes Forjaz},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={98},
  pages={105-112}
}
The occurrence of post-exercise hypotension after resistance exercise is controversial, and its mechanisms are unknown. To evaluate the effect of different resistance exercise intensities on post-exercise blood pressure (BP), and hemodynamic and autonomic mechanisms, 17 normotensives underwent three experimental sessions: control (C—40 min of rest), low- (E40%—40% of 1 repetition maximum, RM), and high-intensity (E80%—80% of 1 RM) resistance exercises. Before and after interventions, BP, heart… CONTINUE READING
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