Research on Athletes Impact of High Strength and Long-Term Aerobic Training
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the high strength and long-term aerobic training can lead to left ventricle will have different mechanisms when increasing cardiac output at sub maximal upright bike exercise. We made ribs muscle research on 15 very competitive long-distance runners and 14 healthy sedentary adults, observing the largest peak of the four-chamber two-dimensional echocardiography at rest and during upright bicycle movement.
KeywordsFrank-starling mechanism High intensity Long-term Aerobic training
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