2018.01.06 CSCS Daily Study Question:
True or False: In general, an athlete’s diastolic blood pressure is lower than her systolic blood pressure.
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Systolic blood pressure is the force against arterial walls during ventricular contraction. Since blood is being forcefully ejected from the heart during systole, there is greater pressure at this time as compared to the pressure experienced during diastole.
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd Edition p. 124
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2018.01.06 CSCS Daily Study Question