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The effects of endurance training on the blood lipids in adult females 30 to 60 years of age
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|Statement||by Mary E. George.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 91 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||91|
values for every 30 s calculated by using the breath-by-breath method. VO. 2max. was defined when at least two of the following three conditions were met: 1) plateaued oxygen intake, 2) respiratory exchange ratio (RER) of or higher, and 3) heart rate (HR) at 90% of the age-specific maximum predicted HR ( − age) (Pillard etFile Size: KB. Training-induced adaptations in aerobic fitness have been extensively studied in adults, and some exercise scientists have recommended similar training programmes for young people. However, the subject of the response to aerobic training of .
The effects of either high-intensity resistance or endurance training on resting metabolic rate13 Craig E Broeder, Keith A Burrhus, Lars S Svanevik, and Jack H Wilmore ABSTRACT The effects of either l2-wk of high-intensity endurance or resistance training on resting metabolic rate (RMR) were investigated in 47 males aged y. Subjects were ran-. Although resistance training has become more popular with women the last several years, the effects of this type of training on blood lipid levels needs more research. Nevertheless, one recently published and well-designed study indicated that five months of sustained resistance training significantly decreased total cholesterol and LDL-C in.
Objectives: To study the effects of eight weeks of supervised, low intensity resistance training (80% of 10 repetition maximum (10RM)) and eight weeks of detraining on muscle strength and blood lipid profiles in healthy, sedentary postmenopausal women. Subjects: Fifteen postmenopausal women, aged 49–62 years, took part in the study. Subjects were assigned to either a control (n = 7) or Cited by: Effects of combined endurance and strength training on muscle strength, power and hypertrophy in 40–year-old men L. Karavirta 1,¨kkinen 2,3, E. Sillanpa¨a¨ 1, D. Garcı´a-Lo´pez 4, A. Kauhanen 1, A. Haapasaari 1, M. Alen 5, A. Pakarinen 6.
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Get this from a library. The effects of endurance training on the blood lipids in adult females 30 to 60 years of age. [Mary E George]. The effectiveness of training interventions are comparable to different doses of a pharmacologic treatment. The most important parameter to assess the effectiveness of endurance training is the maximum oxygen intake (VO 2max) assessed per kg of body weight per minute or as absolute VO 2max has emerged as a robust predictor of the effects of exercising on Cited by: 9.
Effects of endurance training on glucose tolerance and plasma lipid levels in older men and women. Seals DR, Hagberg JM, Hurley BF, Ehsani AA, Holloszy JO. Eleven healthy men and women (63 +/- 1 years) participated in a month endurance-training program to determine the effects of low-intensity and high-intensity training on glucose tolerance Cited by: Endurance exercise training exerts many positive effects on health, including improved metabolism, reduction of cardiovascular risk, and reduced all-cause and cardiovascular mortality.
Intense endurance exercise causes mild epithelial injury and inflammation in the airways, but does not appear to exert detrimental effects on respiratory Cited by: 2.
Training Effects of Accumulated Daily Stair-Climbing Exercise in Previously Sedentary Young Women. on cardiovascular endurance and blood lipids.
M Murphy, AE HardmanTraining effects of short and long bouts of brisk walking in sedentary by: In this study, we aimed to investigate the effects of three months of aerobic exercise on physical fitness, body composition and some blood parameters in sedentary Female.
45 sedentary Female with. Effective endurance training - defined as endurance training performed by an intensity of % of the heart rate reserve (corresponding to % maximum heart rate or % VO2max) for a. A total of 45 healthy, active women, aged 70–87 years, were randomly assigned to either an aerobic training (AT, 76 ± 5 years, n = 15), resistance training (RT, 73 ± 3 years, n = 15), or control (C, 74 ± 5 years, n = 15) group.
The AT group walked 3 days a week at 70% heart rate by: T/F Increases in resting metabolic rate after endurance training are most likely for people under 40 years of age.
FALSE T/F Decreases in VO2max with increasing age are probably at least partially due to age-related reductions in physical activity. Eleven healthy men and women (63 ±1 years) participated in a month endurance-training program to determine the effects of low-intensity and high-intensity training on glucose tolerance and plasma lipids in older persons.
Plasma glucose, insulin, and C Cited by: The aim of this study was to determine the physiological effects of an high-intensity circuit training (HICT) on several cardiovascular disease risk factors in healthy, overweight middle-aged subjects, and to compare the effects of HICT to traditional endurance training (ET) and low-intensity circuit training (LICT).
Fifty-eight participants (ages 61± yrs, BMI ±) were randomly Cited by: Dose-response relationships between exercise training volume and blood lipid changes suggest that exercise can favourably alter blood lipids at low training volumes, although the effects may not be observable until certain exercise thresholds are met.
The thresholds established from cross-sectional literature occur at training volumes of 24 to 32km (15 to 20 miles) per week of brisk walking Cited by: The present study examined the effects of endurance training on the lipid profile and testosterone levels in young male judokas.
18 judokas aged 18 to 21 years old participated in the study and were randomly divided into two groups: Exercise (n=9) and control group (n=9). The levels of LDL-C, HDL-C, TC, TG, and TT were measured. Denis C, Chatard JC, Dormois D, Linossier MT, Geyssant A, et al.
Effects of endurance training on capillary supply of human skeletal muscle on two age groups (20 and 60 years). Journal of Physiology (Paris) –, Cited by: Free Online Library: Effects of low-intensity cycle training with restricted leg blood flow on thigh muscle volume and [2max] in young men.(Research article, Report) by "Journal of Sports Science and Medicine"; Health, general Blood flow Measurement Cycling Physiological aspects Extremities, Lower Medical examination Muscles Hypertrophy Leg Leg muscles Men Health aspects.
The aim of the present investigation was to ascertain if a sub-maximal 8 week endurance training period followed by a 4 week detraining period would have any effects on high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), total cholesterol (TC), triglycerides (TG), 2,3-dinorketo-prostaglandin F 1α (2,3-dinorketo-PGF 1α), the urinary metabolite Cited by: endurance training increases SV at rest and during submax and max exercise what contributes to the increase in stroke volume increase in end-diastolic volume (bc of increased blood plasma and longer filling time bc the HR is slower).
Di Felice V, Macaluso F, Montalbano A, Gammazza AM, Palumbo D, Angelone T, Bellaflore M, Farina F. ().Effects ofconjugated linoleic acid and endurance training on peripheral blood and bone marrow of trained mice. J Strength Cond Res, 21(1) Objective. —To compare the effects of weight loss vs aerobic exercise training on coronary artery disease risk factors in healthy sedentary, obese, middle-aged and older men.
Design. —Randomized controlled trial. Subjects. —A total of obese (body mass index, 30±1 kg/m 2 [mean±SEM]), middle-aged and older (61 ±1 years) by: This field study investigated the influences of exposure to natural low altitude on endurance training-induced alterations of redox homeostasis in professional adolescent runners undergoing week off-season conditioning program at an altitude of m (Alt), by comparison with that of their counterparts completing the program at sea-level (SL).
For age- gender- and Tanner-stage Cited by: 2. Endurance Training and VO. 2max Training to increase VO. 2max. Large muscle groups, dynamic activity. min, times/week, % VO. 2max Expected increases in VO. 2max. Average = 15%. % in those with high initial VO.
2max 30–50% in those with low initial VO. 2max Genetic predisposition. Accounts for 40%% VO. 2max.Background: Endurance training (ET) and resistance training (RT) are known to be effective in improving anthropometric/body composition and lipid panel indicators, but there is an evident lack of studies on differential effects of these two forms of physical exercise (PE).
This study aimed to evaluate the differential effects of 8-week ET and RT among young adult : Gentiana Beqa Ahmeti, Kemal Idrizovic, Abdulla Elezi, Natasa Zenic, Ljerka Ostojic.Metabolic Adaptations to Endurance Training: Increased fat oxidation 1.
Introduction Endurance training elicits profound adaptations in the physiology of the cardiovascular, endocrine, and muscular systems. One important adaptation is an energy substrate shift observed in trained humans.