The effect of submaximal exercise on recovery hemodynamics and thermoregulation in men and women

Michele Fisher, Vincent Paolone, John Rosene, Daniel Drury, Alison Van Dyke, Daniel Moroney

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Abstract

Five women and 5 men were studied to examine the effects of submaximal exercise on thermoregulatory and hemodynamic variables during recovery in two environments: (a) control (C), 22 °C, 33% rh; and (b) hot humid (H), 32 °C. The participants exercised on a cycle ergometer at 60% of peak oxygen consumption for 35 min prior to 90 min of seated recovery. Sessions were identical, except for environment. Variables evaluated (p <. 05) were: core temperature (TR), mean skin temperature ((Formula presented)), sweat rate (SR), heart rate (HR), stroke index (SI), cardiac index (CI), forearm blood flow (FBF), systolic blood pressure (SBP), and diastolic blood pressure (DBP). Men and women exhibited similar patterns of TR, (Formula presented), and SR in both environments. (Formula presented) and SR (collapsed means for gender) were higher in the H than in the C. DBP was higher in men than in women throughout recovery in both environments. With combined means for gender, HR was higher in the H than in the C. CI, SI, FBF, and SBP were similar in both environments and returned to baseline within 15 min into recovery. These data suggest that heat dissipation during extended recovery was accomplished with similar contributions of cutaneous vasodilation and sweating in M and F. Furthermore, the moderate exercise level did not influence hemodynamics beyond 15 min of recovery in either environment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)361-368
Number of pages8
JournalResearch Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
Volume70
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1999

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Body Temperature Regulation
Hemodynamics
Exercise
Blood Pressure
Sweat
Forearm
Heart Rate
Stroke
Temperature
Sweating
Skin Temperature
Vasodilation
Oxygen Consumption
Hot Temperature
Skin

Keywords

  • Cardiovascular
  • Gender
  • Heat dissipation
  • Postexercise

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Fisher, Michele ; Paolone, Vincent ; Rosene, John ; Drury, Daniel ; Van Dyke, Alison ; Moroney, Daniel. / The effect of submaximal exercise on recovery hemodynamics and thermoregulation in men and women. In: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 1999 ; Vol. 70, No. 4. pp. 361-368.
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In: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Vol. 70, No. 4, 01.01.1999, p. 361-368.

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