The effects of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure and orthostatic tolerance in humans

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Howden, R., Lightfoot, T., Brown, S. and Swaine, I. 2002. The effects of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure and orthostatic tolerance in humans. Experimental Physiology. 87 (4), pp. 507-515.
AuthorsHowden, R., Lightfoot, T., Brown, S. and Swaine, I.
Year2002
JournalExperimental Physiology
Journal citation87 (4), pp. 507-515
ISSN0958-0670
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