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Acute physiological responses to speed-specific isokinetic exercise
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|Statement||by Peter Charles Douris.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||152|
Join an integrated Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Edge Hill :// One woman and five men (mean 6 SD: age 5 6 years; body mass 5 6 kg; height 5 6 cm) performed isoinertial and isokinetic resistance exercise under control conditions
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Get this from a library. Acute physiological responses to speed-specific isokinetic exercise. [Peter Charles Douris] Peter Charles Douris has written: 'Acute physiological responses to speed-specific isokinetic exercise' -- subject(s): Exercise for men, Fatigue, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of This study systematically reviewed the available scientific evidence pertaining to the acute and chronic changes promoted by aerobic exercise (AE) combined with blood flow restriction (BFR) on neuromuscular, metabolic and hemodynamic variables.
PubMed, Web of ScienceTM and Scopus databases were searched for the period from January to June and the analysis involved a Isokinetic exercise devices involve speed-controlled movements as the patient accelerates a lever arm to a predetermined maximal velocity and then moves through a range of motion and decelerates at the end of the range to the terminal position.
28,29 One of the primary advantages of this type of assessment is the ability to evaluate individual /isokinetic-exercise. Acute physiological responses are a vital part of our ability to respond to the changes and demands being placed on our bodies various systems.
Just the act of getting up in the morning and walking to the bathroom requires acute physiological responses such as an increased heart rate, increased respiration rate, release of hormones, increased signal for heat loss by the thermoregulatory effector responses of sweating and alterations in skin blood flow (Sawka and Wenger, ).
This chapter reviews human temperature regulation and normal physiological responses to exercise-heat :// Exercise Physiologists ISSN Editor in Chief, PhD, MBA M. Knight- PhD American Society of Exercise Physiologists ISSN JEPonline Resistance Training to Momentary Muscular Failure Improves Cardiovascular Fitness in Humans: A Review of Acute Physiological Responses and Chronic Physiological Adaptations The physiological responses to training can take around 3 minutes to fully adapt to the intensity of training and the speed at which the responses return to resting levels relates to fitness levels and the body’s ability to recover from training :// /immediate-physiological-responses-to-training.
specific isokinetic exercise on the acute physiological response of blood lactate accumulation and muscle fa- tigue. Velocity of exercise may be an important variable in determining the degree of these physiological re- sponses.
Since its invention in the late s (1 6), the isokinetic dynamom- eter has been used extensively to in- Study a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Edge Hill :// On the other hand, it has been well demonstrated that physiological responses to acute and long-term adaptations of immunity to exercise are dependent on exercise type or dose (low intensity ( The Basic Principles in Exercise Physiology.
The body's responses to a single bout of exercise are regulated by the principle of homeostasis. Homeostasis is defined as the ability of the body to maintain a stable internal environment for cells by closely regulating various critical variables such as pH or acid base balance, oxygen tension, blood glucose concentration and body :// Regarding the chronic effects of AE with BFR, the adaptive responses that are linked to prolonged severe exercise tolerance after cycling training with BFR seems to be attributed to the increase in physiological and metabolic stress induced by BFR (Corvino et al., ; Conceição et al., ).
Thus, the determinants of the time of exhaustion We used a submaximal isokinetic exercise protocol, and we studied both young and older adults. Although one other study has studied responses to submaximal isokinetic exercise, only young adults were involved.
A protocol of 60 seconds of isokinetic CON exercise (°/s) at an intensity of 40% CON peak torque elicited absolute HR, MAP, and RPP Resistance training results in a wide spectrum of adaptations in various physiological systems.
Increases in muscle size and strength, changes in body composition, neuroendocrine function and cardiovascular responses have been observed following resistance training.
Additionally, resistance training may be an effective means by which the incidence of sports injuries can be :// Consequently, isokinetic exercise involves three components: acceleration up to the isokinetic speed, the load range where the patient meets the isokinetic velocity and creates the accommodating resistance, and deceleration.
Brown and colleagues described the isokinetic load range as inversely related to isokinetic speed. A larger load /isometric-exercise. The acute physiological effects of high- and low-velocity resistance exercise in older adults.
Adipokine Responses to Acute Resistance Exercise in Trained and Untrained Men. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Vol. 42, No. 3 Cardiovascular Stress Associated With Concentric and Eccentric Isokinetic Exercise in Young and Older :// THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE ON COGNITION, MOOD, AND STRESS RESPONSES IN HUMANS.
A comprehensive set of narrative  and meta-analytic reviews  that focused on the effects of acute exercise on cognition in people concluded that acute exercise has an overall small positive effect on cognitive r, the individual studies supporting this conclusion are highly variable Before exercise and at minute intervals, each player completed 1 of 2 randomized isokinetic dynamometer protocols.
The first protocol quantified peak concentric knee extensor and flexor torque, while the second quantified peak concentric and eccentric knee flexor torque at isokinetic speeds of, and 60 deg/s (,and rad Acute Postexercise Time Course Responses of Hypertrophic vs.
Power-Endurance Squat Exercise Protocols on Maximal and Rapid Torque of the Knee Extensors. J Strength Cond Res. ; 29(5):  Marshall PWM, Robbins DA, Wrightson AW, Siegler JC.
Acute neuromuscular and fatigue responses to the rest-pause ://. Therefore, in this Special Issue, ‘Physiological Responses and Adapations in Resistance Exercise’, we invite researchers to contribute with original research articles and metanalysis or systematic review articles that will further expand our knowledge about the acute and chronic effects of resistance exercise on human biology.
These, for This study aimed to investigate the acute effects of two strength-training protocols on the neuromuscular and cardiorespiratory responses during endurance exercise. Thirteen young males ( ± years old) participated in this study.
The hypertrophic strength-training protocol was composed of 6 sets of 8 squats at 75% of maximal dynamic The force-velocity characteristics of skeletal muscle are such that maximal force is inversely related to the velocity of shortening.
This relationship has been observed using isolated muscle preparations and intact muscle groups (e.g. knee extensors). Isokinetic dynamometry has revealed some specific physiological adaptations to different velocities of training: an increase in torque and