Transfer effects of endurance training to exercise with untrained limbs

@article{Lewis1980TransferEO,
  title={Transfer effects of endurance training to exercise with untrained limbs},
  author={Steven H. Lewis and Paul Thompson and Nils Holger Areskog and Paul Vodak and Marian Marconyak and Robert F Debusk and Susan Mellen and William H Haskell},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={44},
  pages={25-34}
}
There has been a controversy over whether the increases in maximal oxygen uptake ( $$\dot V$$ O2 max) and reductions in heart rate at a given submaximal workload after endurance training are limited to exercise with trained limbs or also may be observed during exercise with untrained limbs. In the present study five initially very sedentary young men trained by leg cycling (LT) and five by arm cranking (AT) 30 min per day on 4 days a week for 11 weeks at an intensity ≥75–80% $$\dot V$$ O2 max… CONTINUE READING

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