論文

査読有り
2018年6月

Effects of resistance training on arterial compliance and plasma endothelin-1 levels in healthy men

Physiological research
  • Tagawa, K
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  • Ra, S-G
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  • Kumagai, H
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  • Yoshikawa, T
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  • Yoshida, Y
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  • Takekoshi, K
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  • Sakai, S
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  • Miyauchi, T
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  • Maeda, S

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Supplementum 1
開始ページ
S155
終了ページ
S166
記述言語
英語
掲載種別
研究論文(学術雑誌)
出版者・発行元
ACAD SCIENCES CZECH REPUBLIC, INST PHYSIOLOGY

Arterial compliance (AC) is an index of the elasticity of large arteries. Endothelial dysfunction has been reported to result in reduced arterial compliance, which represents increased arterial stiffness. A reduction in AC is elicited by high-intensity resistance training, however the mechanisms are obscure. Because a single bout of resistance exercise causes a transient increase in circulating plasma endothelin-1 in humans, some vasoconstrictors may play a role in the mechanisms. The present study aimed to investigate whether resistance training-induced decrease in AC is associated with changes in circulating vasoconstrictors levels in young men. Young sedentary men were assigned to control (n=5) or training (n=9) groups. The training group performed four-week high-intensity resistance training (weight training exercise; three sessions/week). We measured AC and plasma levels of endothelin-1, angiotensin II, and norepinephrine before and after intervention. Resistance training significantly decreased AC, whereas the changes in plasma levels of neither endothelin-1, nor angiotensin II, nor norepinephrine were significantly different between the control and the training groups. Moreo

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