Resistance exercise with blood flow restriction: An examination of the acute and chronic neuromuscular, haemodynamic, and perceptual responses
thesisposted on 2015-12-01, 00:00 authored by C Brandner
This thesis provides evidence of central nervous system adaptations as well as reduced exercising haemodynamics and perceptual responses when light-load resistance exercise/training is performed with blood flow restriction. In addition, this type of training appears beneficial in order to target gains in strength and muscle mass in healthy young populations.
Paginationxix, 327 pages : colour illustrations, tables, figures