The Separate and Combined Contributions of Metabo- and Baroreceptors to Postexercise Heat Loss

Gabrielle Paull
Acute (~2 min) baroreceptor unloading was reported to modulate metaboreflex control of postexercise cutaneous blood flow, but not sweating. We examined whether sustained changes in baroreceptor loading status during prolonged postexercise recovery can alter the metaboreceptors’ influence on heat loss. Thirteen young males performed a 1-min isometric handgrip exercise (IHG) at 60% maximal voluntary contraction followed by 2-min of forearm ischemia (to activate metaboreceptors) before and 15, 30, 45 and 60-min after a 15-min intense...
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