Heart-rate and ventilation curves during recovery from heavy exercise in 10 trained and 10 untrained individuals, were found to be composed of a rapid and of a slow component, both exponential in character. The half-time constants of the rapid components of heart-rate and ventilation recovery curves were determined. The trained individuals were found to have lower recovery constants than untrained ones, the difference being statistically significant.
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Milic-Emili, G. Heart-rate and ventilation during recovery from heavy exercise in trained and untrained individuals. Int. Z. Angew. Physiol. Einschl. Arbeitsphysiol. 17, 455–458 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00693367
- Human Physiology
- Sport Medicine
- Slow Component
- Lower Recovery
- Recovery Curve