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YEARS

2011-2012

FUNDING AMOUNT

4160000.0 JPY

ABSTRACT

Our results show that1) low-intensity resistance training with blood flow restriction (BFR)-induced functional muscle adaptations is improved by combining it with high-intensity resistance training. 2) Eccentric-BFR produces significant muscle soreness at 24 h but neither eccentric-BFR nor concentric-BFR exercise produces significant changes in multiple indices of exercise-induced muscle damage. 3) BFR resistance exercise using elastic bands for resistance enhances muscle activation and may be an effective method to promote muscle hypertrophy in older adults or patients with a low level of activity. 4) BFR resistance training (BFR-RT) improves muscle cross-sectional area (CSA) as well as maximal muscle strength, but does not negatively affect arterial stiffness or humeral coagulation factors in older adults. 5) Increased muscle strength following 12 weeks of training with BFR-RT was well preserved at 24 weeks of detraining, which is due mainly to neural adaptation in older adults. More... »

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