alexa Application of Blood Flow Restriction in Resistance Exercise Assessed by Intramuscular Metabolic Stress

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Application of Blood Flow Restriction in Resistance Exercise Assessed by Intramuscular Metabolic Stress

Skeletal muscle bulk and strength are now becoming important therapeutic targets in exercise therapy. In order to get more muscle bulk and strength, we have to perform high-intensity resistance training with mechanical load greater than 65% of one repetition maximum (1 RM) . However, such intensive loads could not be often applied for weak subjects. In recent years, several lines of studies have provided the compelling data showing that low-intensity resistance training with blood flow restriction (BFR) leads to muscle hypertrophy and strength increase, and results in adaptations equal to those of high-intensity resistance training . The researchers suggested that the supplementation of low-intensity resistance exercise with BFR might provide additional stress and enhanced recruitment in the skeletal muscle fibers, but the exact details were not clarified.

Citation:

Okita K, Takada S (2013) Application of Blood Flow Restriction in Resistance Exercise Assessed by Intramuscular Metabolic Stress. J Nov Physiother 3:187.

 
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