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An Examination of the Differences in Flow between Individual and Team Athletes

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Qualitative Evaluation of Water Displacement in Simulated Analytical Breaststroke Movements

differentiation and whole group. In: Chatard, J. C. (Ed.) Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming IX, 2003: 179-183 Soons, B. Confirmation by flow visualization of propulsion hypotheses in symmetrical swimming needed for diagnosis. Leuven: Faculty of Engineering of Catholic University of Leuven. Unpublished master thesis, 2003 Van Lammeren, W. Weerstand en voortstuwing van schepen (In Dutch: Drag and propulsion concerning ship). Amsterdam: De technische boekhandel, 1944:s.p. Verbrugge, B

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Impact of 10 Sessions of Whole Body Cryostimulation on Cutaneous Microcirculation Measured by Laser Doppler Flowmetry

; 3: 51-55 (in Polish, abstract in English). Beradesca E, Leveque JL, Masson P, & the EEMCO Group. EEMCO guidance for the measurement of skin microcirculation. Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol, 2002; 15: 442-456. Brandner B, Munro B, Bromby LM, Hetreed M. Evaluation of the contribution to postoperative analgesia by local cooling of the wound. Anasthesia, 1996; 51: 1021-1025. Brothers RM, Wingo JE, Hubing KA, Crandall CG. Methodological assessment of skin and limb blood flows in the human

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Effects of High-Intensity Blood Flow Restriction Exercise on Muscle Fatigue

References Abe T, Kearns CF, Sato Y. Muscle size and strength are increased following walk training with restricted venous blood flow from the leg muscle, Kaatsu-walk training. J Appl Physiol, 2006; 100: 1460-1466 ACSM. American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2009; 41: 687-708 Ahtiainen JP, Häkkinen K. Strength athletes are capable to produce greater muscle activation and neural fatigue during high-intensity resistance exercise than nonathletes. J Strength

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The Acute Effect of Resistance Exercise with Blood Flow Restriction with Hemodynamic Variables on Hypertensive Subjects

, Farinatti PTV. Considerations on blood pressure assessment during resistive exercise. Rev Bras Med Esporte, 2003; 9: 26-33. Rossow LM, Fahs CA, Sherk VD, Seo D, Bemben DA, Bemben MG. The effect of acute blood-flow-restricted resistance exercise on postexercise blood pressure. Clin Physiol Funct Imaging, 2011; 31: 429-434 Simões GC, Moreira, SR, Kushnick, MR, Simões HG, Campbell CSG. Postresistance exercise blood pressure reduction is influenced by exercise intensity in type-2 diabetic and nondiabetic individuals. J Strength Cond Res, 2010

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Technical and Training Related Aspects of Resistance Training Using Blood Flow Restriction in Competitive Sport - A Review

(CRT), the key element of adaptation in terms of muscle hypertrophy is a sufficiently high exercise volume ( Schoenfeld et al., 2016 ). However, for various reasons, not every person can use CRT, especially with high external loads and high exercise volume. Therefore, resistance training modifications to stimulate hypertrophy and increase muscle strength without the need to use HL are being extensively explored. One of the options is to combine physical exercise with blood flow restriction (BFR). BFR, also referred to as occlusion, can be used in any form of physical

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Effect of Nordic Walking and Water Aerobics Training on Body Composition and the Blood Flow in Lower Extremities in Elderly Women

References Abe T, Kearns CF, Sato Y. Muscle size and strength are increased following walk training with restricted venous blood flow from the leg muscle, Kaatsu-walk training. J Appl Physiol, 2006; 100: 1460-1466 Ainsworth BE, Haskell WL, Herrmann SD, Meckes N, Bassett JrDR, Tudor-Locke C, Greer JL, Vezina J, Whitt-Glover MC, Leon AS. Compendium of physical activities: a second update of codes and MET values. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2011; 43: 1575-1581 Barbosa TM, Marinho DA, Reis VM, Silva AJ, Bragada JA

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Resistance Training with Blood Flow Restriction and Hypertensive Subjects

References Araújo JP, Silva ED, Silva JCG, Souza TSP, Lima EÖ, Guerra I, Sousa MSC. The acute effect of resistance exercise with blood flow restriction with hemodynamic variables on hypertensive subjects. J Hum Kinet, 2014; 43: 79-85 Benito S, Chulvi I. Cardiovascular responses to strength training under occlusive training. E-Balonmano.com: Journal of Sport Science, 2013; 9: 161-72 Loenneke JP, Wilson JM, Wilson GJ, Pujol TJ, Bemben MG. Potential safety issues with blood flow restriction training. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 2011; 21(4): 510

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The Acute Effects of High‐Intensity Cycling Exercise on Arterial Stiffness in Adolescent Wrestlers

conditions, an effect is seen in exercise capacity and cardiovascular risk ( Kingwell et al., 2002 ). High resistance strength training is related to large artery stiffness and higher pulse pressure has been shown in those undertaking this type of exercise compared to a control group ( Kingwell et al., 2002 ). Acute high‐intensity cycling exercise is known to increase carotid artery stiffness, reduce carotid artery diameter and increase carotid artery blood pressure pulsatility and blood flow pulsatility ( Babcock et al., 2017 ). It is important to understand how acute

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Effect of Virtual Reality‐Based Rehabilitation on Physical Fitness in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

physical fitness. insert Figure 1 here Figure 1 Study flow Statistical Analysis The results were collected in an Excel spreadsheet and subsequently subjected to statistical analysis using STATISTICA 12 software. With respect to the basic descriptive characteristics, the arithmetic mean and standard deviation were derived. As normality tests (Lilliefors test) revealed that none of the SFT trials followed a normal distribution, non‐parametric‐ tests were used. The baseline characteristics of the groups were compared using the Mann–Whitney U test. The

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