Cardiovascular responses to light isometric and aerobic exercise in 21- and 59-year-old males View Full Text


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DATE

1999-07

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Stephen H. Boutcher, Dean Stocker

ABSTRACT

The effects of aging on the cardiovascular response to continuous light isometric and aerobic exercise remains to be determined. Thus, the purpose of this study was to compare the cardiovascular response of young and older males during light handgrip and cycle ergometry exercise. Blood pressure, heart rate, rate pressure product, as well as pre-ejection period (derived from impedance cardiography) were obtained for 15 young [mean (SE) age: 21 (0.7) years] and 15 older males [59 (0.8) years] during and after light handgrip exercise and cycle ergometry. The parasympathetic influence on the heart was also assessed through a time-series analysis of heart period variability (HPVts). Both during and when recovering from the handgrip exercise and cycle ergometry, the older subjects exhibited a significantly higher absolute systolic and diastolic blood pressure, and rate pressure product, and a lower HRVts than the young subjects. Relative to baseline, the change in pre-ejection period was lower for the young subjects during the handgrip and cycle ergometry, tasks. These results indicate that although the sympathetic influence on both the myocardium and the vasculature was less pronounced in the older males, the aging cardiovasculature was under greater hemodynamic stress both during rest and during exposure to light isometric and aerobic challenge. More... »

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220-226

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