Systemic hypoxia enhances acute responses to moderate-load resistance exercise
Scott, B.R., Slattery, K.M. and Dascombe, B.J. (2015) Systemic hypoxia enhances acute responses to moderate-load resistance exercise. Journal of Australian Strength & Conditioning, 23 (6). pp. 12-15.
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The article discusses the impact of moderate-load resistance exercise to a systemic hypoxic muscular conditions. It explains that a greater number of muscle fibres will be stimulated to adapt to training when more muscle is activated during exercise. It finds that systemic hypoxia could slightly enhance the accumulation of metabolites and muscle activation in well-trained individuals, while pre-exercise could impact responses on muscle soreness and overall wellbeing.
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