Date of Award

Spring 2017

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences

First Advisor

CB Scott

Abstract

This research focused on the metabolic costs associated with squatting to failure and squatting to failure with blood flow restriction cuffs. Each individual training program lasted a total of three weeks; consisting of two training days per week. Two groups were used for this study; proximal occlusion of legs and non-occluded legs. The occlusion group left the cuffs on until their final set was complete and pressure was maintained at 140 mmHg. The final session was monitored by a metabolic cart which recorded oxygen consumption levels throughout the workout. Oxygen consumption levels can be used to estimate aerobic costs, which can be combined with anaerobic cost estimates to produce a total metabolic cost profile for this squatting to failure program.

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