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exercise training

The use of repetitive body movements to build endurance, flexibility, or muscular strength.
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The physical benefits of resistance exercise training (RET) are established, but the antidepressant effect of RET is less clear.
(4) Attending CR may be especially important for previously active patients with SCAD who have considerable anxiety (5) about resuming high-intensity exercise training. Traditional CR program exercise guidelines are generally conservative: aerobic activity for 30 minutes on a treadmill and/or stationary cycle ergometer at moderate intensity.
All subjects were asked to maintain their daily physical activity and dietary habits during the exercise training period.
Intervention in the experimental group were supervised structured aerobic exercise training programme, routine medication and dietary, while the control group was treated by routine medication and dietary plan for 25 weeks at 3 days per week for both groups.
Chief of Air Staff Royal Air Force Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier had attended the event and had also participated in an exercise training mission with No 9 Sqn of Pakistan Air Force.
Exercise has also been found to improve QOL and depression status in patients with an insufficient immune system, cardiovascular disease, major depressive disorder, or those undergoing dialysis.[14],[15],[16] However, a meta-analysis showed no significant improvement in QOL among T2DM patients,[17] and a review even concluded that the effects of exercise training remain conflicting on psychological outcomes in people with T2DM.[11]
for exercise training. The experimental group subjects were allowed to take severe training by the bicycle ergometer unless their calculated maximum HR will be reached.
Nineteen Mexican-American and eighteen Korean eligible women were randomized into one of the following groups: (1) no exercise training (control), (2) low-intensity exercise training (LI, 50-56% VO2max), and (3) high-intensity exercise training (HI, 65-70% [VO.sub.2]max).
Despite a large number of exercise training studies it was not until 2011 that a consensus document by the Heart Failure Association (HFA) and European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR) provided a detailed and comprehensive guideline for exercise training in HF patients [9].
Exercise training reduced cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and cardiac collagen deposition.
Aerobic exercise training has been proven to attenuate side effects by improving metabolic function, functional capacity, and immune system before, during, or after cancer treatment (Fairey et al., 2005; Newton et al., 2008; McNeely et al., 2006; McTiernan et al., 2004; Schmitz and Speck, 2010).
Exercise training promoted a decrease in SBP, DBP, and MAP (T + V: 187.2 [+ or -] 4.4, 121.1 [+ or -] 4.7, 143.2 [+ or -] 4.3 mmHg, respectively, P<0.05) compared with sedentary SHRs (S+V: 212.5[+ or -]3.6, 135.3[+ or -]5.1, 161.0[+ or -]4.3 mmHg, respectively; Figure 1).

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