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Partial Vascular Occlusion With Low-Load Exercises Equally Effective for Knee OA

Although it has previously been suggested that skeletal muscle size and strength only increase during high resistance training that exceeds 65% of an individual’s one-repetition maximum (1-RM), recent studies have noted that low to moderate-intensity resistance exercise training combined with partial vascular occlusion (PVO) can increase muscle size and strength similarly to high-intensity resistance exercise…

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