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isotonic exercise

A form of exercise that consists of continuous and sustained movement of the arms and legs; isotonic exercises are beneficial to the cardiorespiratory systems and include running and bicycling.
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Blood pressure responses to dynamic exercise with lower-body positive pressure.
The effects of aerobic fitness and beta1-adrenergic receptor blockade on cardiac work during dynamic exercise. J Appl Physiol 2009; 106: 486-493.
However, despite the strong evidences that recommend regular dynamic exercise involving large muscle mass (brisk walking and cycling) for lowering BP and prevention of hypertension, the compliance of people toward such forms of exercise has not been encouraging owing to various possible reasons such as comorbid conditions (osteoarthritis and coronary artery disease) and other constraints (such as time, space, and economic constraints).
While during dynamic exercise at maximal levels the total peripheral resistance was less than its value at rest.
(27.) Maciel BC, Gallo L, Jr., Marin Neto JA, Lima Filho EC, Martins LE (1986) Autonomic nervous control of the heart rate during dynamic exercise in normal man.
The other side of the coin is providing energy users with the technology that allows them to participate in the dynamic exercise of balancing supply and demand."
Heliox improves oxygen delivery and utilization during dynamic exercise in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Effects of caffeine and high ambient temperature on haemodynamic and body temperature responses to dynamic exercise. Clin Physiol 2001; 21: 528-33.
Effect of acute hypoxia on vaso pressin release and intravascular fluid during dynamic exercise in humans.
Participating in a dynamic exercise program that combines aerobic exercise with strength training can improve the functional ability of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to a review in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2009, Issue 4.
What could be a dynamic exercise (and have a big impact on the organization's future success) becomes something that's simply tolerated.
The focus of this study was to investigate the efficacy of conventional interventions versus nontraditional high-intensity dynamic exercise when treating adolescents with JRA, based on evidence-based literature.

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