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Acute exercise-associated skin surface temperature changes after resistance training with different exercise intensities

Body Composition Assessment
M Weigert et al.
Used Parameters : BW, BMI, BFM

Publication Year : 2018

Country : Germany

Journal : International Journal of Kinesiology & Sports Sciene

Background: Studies showed, that changes in muscular metabolic-associated heat production and blood circulation during and after muscular work affect skin temperature (T) but the results are inconsistent and the effect of exercise intensity is unclear. Objective: This study investigated the intensity-dependent reaction of T on resistance training. Methods: Ten male students participated. After acclimatization (15 min), the participants completed 3x10 repetitions of unilateral biceps curl with 30, 50 or 70% of their one-repetition-maximum …
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