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WHEN Findings from research INDICATES THAT Blood flow is criticaL TRAINING
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Blackcurrants contain compounds prized for their effect on blood flow, and for the first time, the study gained a greater understanding of the berry’s ‘vasodilation’ properties on the femoral artery during exercise.
The scientists found that blackcurrant had a ‘large effect’ on expanding the artery’s diameter, as well a range of other cardiovascular responses. Main arterial blood flow increased by 20%-35% during gentle muscle contraction, which meant the muscle experienced less fatigue and didn’t have to work as hard to maintain the same output. Cardiac output, heart stroke volume, total haemoglobin, oxygen uptake and utilization in the muscle also showed double-figure increases.
The findings are significant in the world of sports science because muscle blood flow is critical for oxygen delivery and resulting muscle function, and restriction on blood flow leads to fatigue. Enhanced blood flow enables muscles to experience less fatigue, leading to better performance.
Mark Willems, Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Chichester, describes these findings as ‘fantastic’. Click here >