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Preconditioning with peristaltic external pneumatic compression does not acutely improve repeated Wingate performance nor does it alter blood lactate concentrations during passive recovery compared with sham

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Application of dynamic external pneumatic compression (EPC) during recovery from athletic activities has demonstrated favorable effects on flexibility, soreness, swelling, and blood lactate (BLa) concentrations. However, the effects of “preconditioning” with a peristaltic pulse EPC device on subsequent performance and BLa concentrations have not been characterized. Herein, we demonstrate that pretreatment for 30 min with EPC has no effect on subsequent supramaximal exercise performance or BLa concentrations during passive recovery.
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Keywords: acide lactique; appareils; appareils de compression pneumatique intermittente; athletic performance; devices; débit sanguin régional; exercice physique; exercise; exercise therapy; intermittent pneumatic compression devices; lactic acid; médecine sportive; nitric oxide; oxyde nitrique; performance sportive; regional blood flow; sports medicine; thérapie kinésique

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2015

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