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exercise training

The use of repetitive body movements to build endurance, flexibility, or muscular strength.
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Physical functioning and health-related quality-of-life changes with exercise training in hemodialysis patients.
If we could measure these inflammatory markers, we could carefully explain the decrease of plasma Lcn2 in response to 8 weeks exercise training in overweight and obese men.
Effects of aging and exercise training on endothelium-dependent vasodilatation and structure of rat skeletal muscle arterioles.
Although many cardiac patients reach their goals by participating in conventional CR exercise training, others may want to return to more physically demanding sports and jobs.
Audience members expressed surprise that the exercise training program alone did not have a significant impact on insulin sensitivity or the other cardiometabolic risk factors.
Nader Fallah, PhD, and colleagues at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver used multi-state modeling* to investigate: 1) the simultaneous effect of exercise training and baseline factors on changes in executive cognitive function, and 2) the effect of exercise training on an individual's probability for cognitive improvement, maintenance, or decline.
Previously, exercise training has been considered the only practical way to achieve this effect and, in turn, build endurance.
Interval versus continuous exercise training after coronary bypass surgery: a comparison of training-induced acute reactions with respect to the effectiveness of the exercise methods.
There is a considerable body of evidence that exercise training strategies in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) induce significant improvement in exercise tolerance and quality of life.
Because less ambulatory patients would probably still have difficulty with these exercise modes, isolated calf exercise training may serve as a preparatory activity for functional walking, as it directly targets the claudicating calf muscles, the limiting factor for ambulation in most patients with classic intermittent claudication.
Despite this, formal cardiac rehabilitation programs, which as a matter of course place strong emphasis upon exercise training, are tremendously underutilized.

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