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The Official Journal of the Korean Academy of Kinesiology 2009;11(3):53-60.
Published online October 30, 2009.
Effect of Sports Massage Treatment during Recovery Period after Maximal Exercise on Cardiovascular Functions and Blood Lactate
Shin-Jung Yun, Seung-Hyen Pack, Hyung-Jun Kim, Myung-Hee Shin
Woosuk University
Correspondence:  Seung-Hyen Pack,
Email: juna0826@naver.com
Received: 21 July 2009   • Accepted: 13 October 2009

This study was to examine the effect of recovery of cardiovascular functions and blood lactate density between the rest recovery and the sports massage recovery after the maximum exercise.
The identical objects consisted of sixteen university students participated in the study at a week intervals. The exercise test on treadmill operated using the maximum heart rate expected by an age.
After the exercise, comparing with before and after exercise, there was not a difference about the change of the maximum blood pressure between the rest recovery and the sports massage recovery. After the recovery, there was also no significant difference observed. However, there was no difference about the change of the minimum blood pressure, heart rate, blood lactate density between the rest recovery and the sports massage recovery comparing between before doing an exercise and after the exercise. But there was a significant difference after the recovery(p< .001).
Sports massage recovery seems better than rest recovery to relieve cardiovascular and blood lactate density after exercise.
Keywords: Sports massage, cardiovascular, lactate
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