publication . Article . 2017

The Effects of Electrostimulation and Core Exercises on Recovery After High-Intensity Exercise

Ahmet Mor; Gökhan İpekoğlu; Cansel Arslanoğlu; Kürşat Acar; Erkal Arslanoglu;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology, volume 6, pages 46-53 (eissn: 2322-3537, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: International Society of Communication and Development Between Universities (ISCDBU)
<jats:p>Introduction and objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of electrostimulation and core exercises on recovery after high-intensity exercise. Methods: The participants of this study consists of 12 male bodybuilders who regularly train and between the ages 18-30. Tabata high intensity interval training (HIIT) was applied with different recovery methods to the athletes on three different days and the recovery levels of athletes were analysed. Heart rate and blood lactate levels were measured at baseline (PRE) at immediately after the HIIT (POST), at the 1 minutes after HIIT (1min), at the 5 minutes after HIIT (5min), and at the 10...
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