Impairments in oxygen delivery and consumption can lead to reduced muscle endurance and physical disability. Perfusion, a measure of microvascular blood flow, provides information on nutrient delivery. T2* provides information about relative tissue oxygenation. Changes in these parameters following stress, such as exercise, can yield important information about imbalance between delivery and consumption. In this study we implemented golden angle radial MRI acquisition technique to simultaneously quantify muscle perfusion and T2* at 7T, and demonstrate assessment of spatial and temporal changes in these parameters within calf muscles during recovery from plantar flexion exercise.