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Resistance training has been widely recognized as an effective stimulus for increasing skeletal muscle size and strength. This study intends to compare the effects of high resistance training without blood flow restriction and the low resistance training with blood flow restriction training on bicep muscle performance.
The study is Randomized Control Trail, which is being conducted in RIPHAH COLLEGE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES. Sample size of 40 individual was calculated using Epitool with 95% confidence interval (CI) and power 80%. Individual will be screened out according to inclusion criteria. Individuals will be allocated randomly into two groups, 20 in high resistance training group and 20 in low resistance training with blood flow restriction group by sealed envelope method.
High resistance training will be use in control group.Low resistance with blood flow restriction training will be used in experimental group.
Assessment will be done on baseline 2-4 days prior to the intervention and after 8 weeks of training.
Data will be analyzed on SPSS version 21.
Muscle Weakness Condition
Low Resistance training with venous blood flow restriction, High Resistance training
RCRAHS Potohar campus
Active, not recruiting
Riphah International University
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-12-05T00:03:29-0500
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