The lack of influence of reactive hyperemia on exhausting rhythmic or static exercise

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Title translated into German:Der Mangel an Einfluss von reaktiver Hyperaemie auf erschoepfende rhythmische oder statische Muskelarbeit
Author:Barcroft, H.; Lind, A.R.; Petrosky, J.S.
Published in:European journal of applied physiology
Published:38 (1978), 1 , S. 49-54, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1439-6319, 0301-5548
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Identification number:PU198006012207
Source:BISp

Abstract

MULLER (1958) and NUKADA (1955) claimed that the performance of exhausting exercise can be greatly prolonged if the exercise is begun at the start of reactive hyperemia. They reported that arrest of the circulation for 10 min immediately before beginning rhythmic exercise had increased the endurance time nearly 7-fold. We have repeated Mullers and Nukadas experiments. In oneseries we used rhythmic exercises on a bicycle ergometer, and in another sustained contractions on a hand-grip dynamometer. Our results failed to supportthose of the above authors. The endurance times for rhythmic and static exercise were unaltered by previous arrest of the circulation. Verf.-Referat