The Acute Effects of Continuous and Intermittent Blood Flow Restriction on Sprint Interval Performance and Muscle Oxygen Responses
The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of continuous blood flow restriction to intermittent blood flow restriction during repeated sprints on performance, perception of effort, and oxygen responses. This study involves completing 3 training sessions, a consent and familiarization visit and a final testing visit.
- Males between the ages of 18 to 35
- Are willing to come in for all testing visits
- Trained individuals
- Trained individuals are defined as: meeting the ACSM standards for recreationally active individuals of exercising ≥ 150 minutes exercise/week.
Exclusion Qualifications:You may not participate in this research opportunity if any of the following applies to you:
- No known cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, muscular, and/or coronary heart disease
- No known history of blood clots or clot disorders
- Do not regularly use prescription medication other than birth control
- Are not currently seeking medical care for a chronic condition that could limit exercise capacity
Participate in this ResearchSubmitting this form will put you in contact with the main point of contact for this project. They will provide more information and determine if you meet all of the qualifications needed.
PI: Ethan C. Hill
IRB Expiration July 31, 2022
July 31, 2022
12494 University Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32816
Number of visits: 5
Expected time per visit: 2 hours
Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation Science
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