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Negative effects of blood flow restriction on perceptual responses to walking in healthy young adults: A pilot study

Body Composition Assessment
Mok et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, BFM

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Japan

Journal : Heliyon

Background Blood flow restriction (BFR) exercise is recognized as a beneficial strategy in increasing skeletal muscle mass and strength. These positive effects can also be obtained by a mild exercise mode such as walking. However, BFR exacerbates some perceptual responses, such as perceived exertion response, induced by exercise. Despite this knowledge, the negative effects of BFR exercise on major perceptual parameters related to exercise adherence remain unknown. Furthermore, compared with other exercise modes …
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