aerobic training


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aerobic training

Exercise training for aerobic conditioning. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that healthy people exercise 3 to 5 times a week for 30 to 60 min at a rate of at least 64% of their maximum heart rate.
See also: training

aerobic training

training aimed at enhancement of aerobic power or endurance; consists of intensive (for power) or sustained (for endurance) exercise below O2. See also target heart rate.
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2] and then randomly assigned to the four experimental groups, the boys undertook six weeks of aerobic training.
In fact, young competitive swimmers could enhance significantly sprint performance during eight consecutive weeks of high aerobic training volume.
2]max was used to determine the aerobic training status.
While aerobic training changes the VT1 and VT2 to the right and promotes lower VE values (Esteve-Lanao et al.
After 3 months, quality of life scores, asthma symptom-free days, and anxiety and depression levels improved only in the aerobic training group.
As such, the aim of the study was to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of aerobic training, weight training and concurrent aerobic and weight training on self-reported dietary intake.
2] kinetics is further improved as the aerobic training status (aerobic fitness level) increases from trained to elite level athletes.
Couple weeks of aerobic training on aerobic exercise group and 18 to 19 hour days a week were 18 to 19 hours.
Half the participants in each age group were randomly assigned to four weeks of supervised aerobic training or no exercise.
It has been also shown that the regular aerobic training had a preventive and therapeutic effect on development of microalbuminuria (Calle-Pascual et al.
in Circulation (June 19, 2007) shed some light on the cardiovascular effects of HIIT versus traditional aerobic training for heart-failure patients.
Gulmans et al (12) (level 2b evidence) and Orenstein et al (17) (level 1b evidence) demonstrated significant improvement in lower extremity strength with aerobic training.