Relative safety of 4 weeks of blood flow-restricted resistance exercise in young, healthy adults.

@article{Clark2011RelativeSO,
  title={Relative safety of 4 weeks of blood flow-restricted resistance exercise in young, healthy adults.},
  author={Brian C Clark and Todd M. Manini and Ronald L. Hoffman and Pamela S. Williams and M K Guiler and Megan Knutson and Mark L McGlynn and Michael R. Kushnick},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={
          653-62
        }
}
This study evaluated the effect of 4 weeks of low-load resistance exercise with blood flow restriction (BFRE) on increasing strength in comparison with high-load resistance exercise (HLE), and assessed changes in blood, vascular and neural function. Healthy adults performed leg extension BFRE or HLE 3 days/week at 30% and 80% of strength, respectively. During BFRE, a cuff on the upper leg was inflated to 30% above systolic blood pressure. Strength, pulse-wave velocity (PWV), ankle-brachial… CONTINUE READING
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