Ventilatory and circulatory responses at the onset of voluntary exercise and passive movement in sprinters

@article{Sato2004VentilatoryAC,
  title={Ventilatory and circulatory responses at the onset of voluntary exercise and passive movement in sprinters},
  author={Kohei Sato and Hiroshi Matsuo and Keisho Katayama and Koji Ishida and Yo Honda and Koichi Katsumata and Miharu Miyamura},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={92},
  pages={196-203}
}
The purpose of this study was to clarify the characteristics of ventilatory and circulatory responses at the onset of voluntary exercise and passive movement in sprinters. Eleven male university sprinters and 11 male untrained subjects participated in the present study. Voluntary exercise consisted of leg extension–flexion movement for 20 s with weights corresponding to 5% of each subject’s body mass attached to each ankle. Passive movement was achieved without weights by the experimenter… CONTINUE READING

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