progressive resistance exercise

progressive resistance exercise (PRE)

a method of increasing the strength of a weak or injured muscle by gradually increasing the resistance against which the muscle works, such as by using graduated weights. Also called graduated resistance exercise. See also active resistance exercise, Delorme technique, progressive assistive exercise.
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Carmen and colleagues (2002) conducted an RCT and tested a progressive resistance exercise of 16 weeks at three days per week on glycemic control and glycogen storage in muscles.
One study found that women age 40 to 70 with knee OA who participated in 12 weeks of a progressive resistance exercise program reported less pain and improved function.
Progressive resistance exercise and resting blood pressure: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
2010) Heart rate variability and blood-lactate threshold interaction during progressive resistance exercise in healthy older men.
Heart-rate variability and blood-lactate threshold interaction during progressive resistance exercise in healthy older men.
For the study, 48 people with Parkinson's disease were randomised to progressive resistance exercise, known as weight training, or they were assigned to the exercise known as fitness counts, which includes flexibility, balance and strengthening exercises.
Progressive resistance exercise program to enhance muscle strength and endurance of upper limb and scapular muscles (modified from Franklin et al.
Design * Randomised trial Participants * Adults with chronic heart failure * Diagnosis based on clinical signs or left ventricular ejection fraction <40% Intervention * Progressive resistance exercise training, with training defined as a structured, hospital- or home-based program with a target exercise type, intensity, duration and frequency, and with regular measurement of whether these were achieved Outcome measures * Cardiac function * Exercise capacity * Quality of life Comparisons * Progressive resistance exercise training versus no training or usual care or sham exercise * Progressive resistance exercise training plus aerobic exercise training versus aerobic exercise training only
The biological mechanisms of cancer-related skeletal muscle wasting: the role of progressive resistance exercise.
A predominantly home-based progressive resistance exercise program increases knee extensor strength in the short-term in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a randomised controlled trial.
The calf ergometer lends itself to progressive resistance exercise training with whatever protocol desired by the clinician or researcher.

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