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Effects of Aerobic Training on Mitochondrial Adaptations

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Examining The Effect of Blood Flow Restricted Aerobic Training on Mitochondrial Adaptations in Young Healthy Adults

This parallel-arm trial study investigates the effects of restricting arterial blood flow during cycling exercise on citrate synthase. Participants will be randomized to either a blood flow restricted or non-blood flow restricted exercise training group. Both groups will complete seven, 30-minute exercise sessions over a 14-day period.

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BFR Exercise Training

Participants will complete exercise training on a recumbent bike placed on a 45 degree incline (BFR).

CTL Exercise Training

Participants will complete exercise training on a recumbent bike placed on flat ground (CTL).

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Examining The Effect of Blood Flow Restricted Aerobic Training on Citrate Synthase Activity in Young Healthy Adults

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NCT04151095

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