Theses and Dissertations
Neuromuscular and Arterial Compliance Responses to Different Resistance Training Frequencies and Protocols
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Murat Karabulut
Dr. Merrill Funk
Dr. Ryan Russell
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of blood flow restriction and resistance training on arterial elasticity, EMG activity, and strength indices among sedentary to recreationally active females who completed 6 weeks of resistance training.
RESULTS: Significant time*condition interactions occurred in LE-1RM (p
CONCLUSION: The research group(s), 1–2 days/week with and without blood flow restriction, may increase training adaptations and responses parallel to the control group (3 days/week). There appears to be no differences in arterial compliance between groups.
Murphy, Patrick, "Neuromuscular and Arterial Compliance Responses to Different Resistance Training Frequencies and Protocols" (2017). Theses and Dissertations. 192.
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