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exercise training

The use of repetitive body movements to build endurance, flexibility, or muscular strength.
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Conclusion: The supervised structured aerobic exercise training programme along with routine medication and dietary plan positively influenced level of exertion, dyspnoea, maximum oxygen consumption and body mass index than routine medication and dietary plan in patients with type 2 diabetes.
However, few studies examined the effects of exercise training on insulin sensitivity, combined with health status and psychological well-being.
Due to training the fatigability decreased abruptly and the interest for the exercise grew; so, we can discuss the observation results and the attitude as the effect of impact of exercise training.
Paul, MN, USA) using the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) protocol was conducted on all participants at baseline, 3-weeks, 6-weeks, and 8-weeks of aerobic exercise training to assess physiological outcome variables.
The exercise training program consisted of a supervised training program that included treadmill walking, leg cycling, arm cranking, light arm weights (1 to 2 lbs), and arm and leg ergometry using a Schwinn Airdyne[R] cycle.
To our best of knowledge, this study was the first one which conducted two models of endurance exercise training using wistar rats to investigate the left ventricular catecholamine responses to a bout of LAT test.
We want to know if a fitter heart suffers less damage during cancer treatment, and whether we can treat that damage with exercise training, similar to cardiac rehabilitation after a heart attack.
Exercise training group (n = 31) completed the follow-up during twelve weeks, with a percentage of weight loss of 2.
Around 3,000 of the troops involved will participate in live exercise training and 3,000 headquarters personnel will be involved in a command and control drill.
Over a period of 32 months, the Duke Clinical Research Institute assessed 912 people who participated in a large, multi-centre, randomised study of exercise training in well-treated ambulatory heart failure patients.
We examined the effects of exercise training on markers of both brain and muscle mitochondrial biogenesis in relation to endurance capacity assessed by a treadmill run to fatigue (RTF) in mice.

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