Post-Exercise Affective Responses to Three Common Cognitive Strategies during Graded Cycling Exercise
Erik Lind, et al.
The post-exercise period has important implications for exercise adoption and adherence in that an exerciser is likely to consider engaging in future exercise based, in part, on how he or she feels following the exercise bout.
Improvement in Cycling Peak Power as a Result of Low-Resistance Training with Conditions of Partial Vascular Occlusion
Increases in muscle hypertrophy and fiber activation have been achieved with the use of low-Ioad resistance training in conjunction with partial
vascular occlusion of the active muscle tissues (Takarada et al., 2001; Takarada et aI., 2004; Sumide et aI., 2007; Leonneke & Pujol, 2009).
Traditionally, similar gains in strength have only been elicited under conditions involving high-load resistance training (HL) at loads equal to or greater than 75% one-repetition maximum (lRM) (Baechle & Earle, 2008).