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The Influence of Exercise Load and Blood Flow Restriction on the Recovery of Neuromuscular Strength following Resistance Exercise

Topics: Applied Physiology and Exercise; Health and Fitness; Sports Medicine: (Injury) Prevention and Rehabilitation

Authors: Charlie Davids 1 ; Truls Raastad 2 ; Glen Lichtwark 3 ; Jeff Coombes 3 ; Jonathan Peake 4 and Llion Roberts 5

Affiliations: 1 School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Queensland Academy of Sport, Nathan, Queensland and Australia ; 2 Department of Physical Performance, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo and Norway ; 3 School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane and Australia ; 4 School of Biomedical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, Queensland Academy of Sport, Nathan, Queensland and Australia ; 5 Griffith Sports Physiology and Performance, School of Allied Health Sciences, Griffith University, Southport, Australia, Queensland Academy of Sport, Nathan, Queensland and Australia

Keyword(s): Blood Flow Restriction, Occlusion, Resistance Exercise, Neuromuscular Strength, Recovery, Fatigue.

Abstract: Low load resistance exercise with blood flow restriction is a means of achieving skeletal muscle adaptation without high levels of mechanical stress and reduced training volume. The present study demonstrates that low load blood flow restriction exercise achieves similar levels of neuromuscular fatigue to high load resistance exercise at 60 minutes post-exercise, despite an approximate 25% reduction in exercise volume. This suggests that blood flow restricted exercise may be used as a tool for athletic populations looking to manage total training stress and achieve muscular adaptations in the most effective manner.

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Davids, C.; Raastad, T.; Lichtwark, G.; Coombes, J.; Peake, J. and Roberts, L. (2018). The Influence of Exercise Load and Blood Flow Restriction on the Recovery of Neuromuscular Strength following Resistance Exercise.In IcSPORTS 2018 - Extended Abstracts - Volume 1: icSPORTS, ISBN , pages 19-23

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TI - The Influence of Exercise Load and Blood Flow Restriction on the Recovery of Neuromuscular Strength following Resistance Exercise
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AU - Davids, C.
AU - Raastad, T.
AU - Lichtwark, G.
AU - Coombes, J.
AU - Peake, J.
AU - Roberts, L.
PY - 2018
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