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
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Therefore, we suggest future research be conducted to analyze the interference effect over 12 weeks of concurrent training and to further investigate chronic adaptations by manipulating other training variables, such as aerobic training volume or inducing greater impairments in the strength training volume-load given that the interference effect on maximum strength appears to occur in specifically in the context of high volume training (Hickson, 1980; Wilson et al., 2012).
Many studies show that high-intensity aerobic training improves aerobic capacity ([VO2.sub.max]) and physical fitness index in comparison with low-intensity training.
The aerobic training program consisted of 25 minutes of exercise on the cycle ergometer at an intensity between 13 (slightly tiring) and 15 (tiring) on the Borg 6-20 scale (Borg, 1982).
The EDU received only dietary and education interventions for eight weeks while the RT and RT + AT completed progressive physical conditioning that included resistance training or concurrent resistance and aerobic training, respectively.
[14] have shown that combined, resistance, or aerobic training was effective in improving sleep quality.
Boule et al., "Effects of aerobic training, resistance training, orb oth on glycemic control in type 2 diabetes: a randomized trial," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.
This work analysed the effects of aerobic training intensity on FMD in patients with chronic heart failure.
The aerobic training protocols used similar time of session training (30-60 minutes), but the divergence appears regarding duration of patient follow-up, weekly workout frequency, and training intensity.
Sustainability of the Benefits of Aerobic Training. Only four of the 12 studies examined whether improvements were sustained after cessation of the training program and most showed that outcomes return to baseline within a few months (Figure 3).
When comparing dancers of different training levels, the investigators asked whether pre-professional dancers are undergoing adequate aerobic training to meet the demands of a professional career.