Training effects on regional blood flow response to maximal exercise in foxhounds.

@article{Musch1987TrainingEO,
  title={Training effects on regional blood flow response to maximal exercise in foxhounds.},
  author={Timothy I Musch and George C. Haidet and George A. Ordway and J C Longhurst and Jere H. Mitchell},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={62 4},
  pages={1724-32}
}
The effect of training on the regional blood flow response to maximal exercise was investigated in the foxhound. Training consisted of 8-12 wk of treadmill running at 80% of maximal heart rate 1 h/day for 5 days/wk and resulted in a 31% increase in maximal O2 consumption, a 28% increase in maximal cardiac output, and a 23% decrease in systemic vascular resistance during maximal exercise. Blood flow to the heart, diaphragm, brain, skin, and 9 of 10 muscles investigated was similar during maximal… CONTINUE READING

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