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Effect of Static Recovery and Dynamic Recovery on the Cardiopulmonary Variables, Lower Extremity Muscle Activity after Progressive Resistance Exercise to Maximal Point
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Effect of Static Recovery and Dynamic Recovery on the Cardiopulmonary Variables, Lower Extremity Muscle Activity after Progressive Resistance Exercise to Maximal Point
Yoon, Jung-Gyu; Kim, Ga-Yeong; Kim, Min-A; Lee, Seung-Mi; Kwon, Seung-Min; Yoo, Kyung-Tae; Cho, Joon-Haeng; Choi, Jung-Hyun;
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 Abstract
This study was to examine on the respiratory variables, heart rate and muscle activity between the static recovery and dynamic recovery after progressive resistance exercise to maximal point. Subjects were 15 students enrolled in N University. All were tested two times (static recovery and dynamic recovery) and were requested to perform a walking on a treadmill after progressive resistance exercise to maximal point. Electromyography(EMG) was used to monitor the muscle activity(TA: Tibialis Anterior, MG: Medial Gastrocnemius) during gait. CPEX-1 was used to measure the respiratory variables and heart rate. The dynamic recovery group was shown the significant lower heart rate than that of static recovery group at during gait. Respiratory rate showed statistically a significant difference. Electromyography(RMS, root mean square) showed a non-significant difference. But the dynamic recovery group of muscle activity was found highly in TA and MG. This study indicated that the dynamic recovery method evidenced more faster than the static recovery method. And this type of dynamic rest by walking can be a help of recovery after exercise.
 Keywords
Heart Rate;Muscle Activity;Recovery;Respiratory;
 Language
English
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