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training effect

a rehabilitation effect in heart patients that can be measured by changes in cardiac function.

training effect

The physiological response of the body to regular repetitive exercise. Beneficial effects include a slower heart rate, lower blood pressure, decreased blood cholesterol levels, increased muscle strength, better oxygen and glucose extraction from the blood, and improvement in mood.

Patient discussion about training effect

Q. how does physical training, as lifting weight effects your body?

A. It increases the mass of the trained muscles, so you may gain weight, but the percentage of fat decreases. It also makes the body spend more calories after the exercise and during rest (although this effect m may be more subtle than once was thought to be).

Weight lifting may also improve your ability to control your muscles, standing and gait.

You should know that there's a fundamental difference between aerobic exercise (e.g. running, swimming) and anaerobic exercise (e.g. weight lifting). While the first improves mainly the heart, the latter affects mainly the exercised muscles

You may want to read more here:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/exerciseandphysicalfitness.html

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