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Resistance Training Does Not Mitigate Cardiovascular Reactivity to Sympathoexcitation in Young Adults
Jae Ho Park, Sae Young Jae
Exerc Sci. 2019;28(4):388-395.   Published online 2019 November 30    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2019.28.4.388

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Resistance Training Does Not Mitigate Cardiovascular Reactivity to Sympathoexcitation in Young Adults
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