Volume 16, Issue 2 (2023) Cardiopulmonary Physiology, Metabolism and Nutrition

Original Research


Acute Blood Flow Responses to Varying Blood Flow Restriction Pressures in the Lower Limbs
Bjoern Hornikel, Keith S. Saffold, Jacob A. Mota, Michael R. Esco, Michael V. Fedewa, Stefanie A. Wind, and Lee J. Winchester


Astaxanthin Reduces Heart Rate and Carbohydrate Oxidation Rates During Exercise in Overweight Individuals
Alissa Wika, Kyle W. Reason, Matt Green, Lauren Killen, Matthew J. McAllister, and Hunter Waldman


The effects of carbohydrate intake on body composition and muscular strength in trained men undergoing a progressive resistance training
Alex Silva Ribeiro, Kamila Quintilhano, Witalo Kassiano, João Pedro Nunes, Ademar Avelar, Michele C. Trindade, Andreo Aguiar, Brad Schoenfeld, and EDILSON Serpeloni CYRINO


Arch Stiffness Does Not Determine Running Economy in Recreational Runners
Ian Bradford, Padraig Kirkwood, Jared Eddy, Phillip Essenmacher, Jean L. McCrory, and Brian K. Leary


Effects of Different Percentages of Blood Flow Restriction on Muscle Oxygen Saturation While Walking
Clayton Shriver, Yvette Figueroa, Jayson R. Gifford, and Patrick Davis


Blood Flow Restriction Attenuates Muscle Damage in Resistance Exercise Performed Until Concentric Muscle Failure.
Victor Magalhães Curty, Paulo Vinicios Camuzi Zovico, Rafael Barrera Salgueiro, Leonardo Carvalho Caldas, Richard Diego Leite, Nuno Manuel Frade Souza, Lucas Guimaraes-Ferreira, and Valério Garrone Barauna


Entropy of Heart Rate on Self-Selected Interval Exercises in Older Women
Lucas E. R. Santos, Karla K. Dames, Edilaine S. D. de OIliveira, Matheus S. S. Fernades, Tayrine O. Filgueira, Bruna M. S. Mesquita, Catarina F. C. X. M. de Souza, Eduardo Lattari, and Tony M. Santos


Cardiovascular responses during light-intensity aerobic exercise with varying levels of limb occlusion pressures.
William R. VanWye, Alyssa M. Weatherholt, Lee J. Winchester, Johnny G. Owens, and Micah Spears

Technical Note


A Pilot Study on Cannabidiol (CBD) and Eccentric Exercise: Impact on Inflammation, Performance, and Pain
Whitley J. Stone, Danilo Tolusso, Guillermo Pacheco, Shea M. Brgoch, and Van T. Nguyen


T. Scott Lyons, PhD, FACSM
University of North Alabama

Executive Editors

James W. Navalta, PhD, FACSM
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Whitley Stone, PhD
Western Kentucky University

Editor Emeritus

Brian K. McFarlin, PhD, FACSM
University of North Texas
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