The impact of constant load vs submaximal interval exercise on post exercise hypotension, using arm crank ergometry
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Aims: Post exercise hypotension is the transient drop in systolic and/or diastolic blood pressure that follows an acute bout of exercise. represents a transient drop in SBP and/or DBP below resting baseline values in the minutes to hours after an acute bout of exercise Eight normotensive recreationaly active particpiants eged
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) INTERCALATED SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE
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