The relationship between cardiac autonomic function and maximal oxygen uptake response to high-intensity intermittent-exercise training

@article{Boutcher2013TheRB,
  title={The relationship between cardiac autonomic function and maximal oxygen uptake response to high-intensity intermittent-exercise training},
  author={Stephen H. Boutcher and Young Park and Sarah L. Dunn and Yati N Boutcher},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={31},
  pages={1024 - 1029}
}
Abstract Major individual differences in the maximal oxygen uptake response to aerobic training have been documented. Vagal influence on the heart has been shown to contribute to changes in aerobic fitness. Whether vagal influence on the heart also predicts maximal oxygen uptake response to interval-sprinting training, however, is undetermined. Thus, the relationship between baseline vagal activity and the maximal oxygen uptake response to interval-sprinting training was examined. Exercisers (n… Expand

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