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Effectiveness and Safety of Four Aerobic Exercise Intensity Prescription Techniques in Rehabilitation Training for Patients with Coronary Heart Disease

Exercise intensity is a key indicator of the safety and effectiveness of an aerobic exercise program in cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease. The majority of CR guidelines recommend aerobic exercise prescription based on moderate to moderate intensity, and several other strategies for establishing the heart rate target of exercise can be tailored to the intensity. In Guangdong Hospital of traditional Chinese medicine, a retrospective examination was conducted on all patients with CHD who were admitted to CR and completed cardiopulmonary exercise testing. According to the instructions, the target heart rate for each participant was calculated according to the regimen of heart-rate-reserve, maximum-heart-rate, target-heart-rate, and an aerobic threshold method included in the guideline. Neither of the three groups had a significant difference between the HRR's target-heart-rate and the AT method. The THR method's HRt was close to the AT, while the MHR method's was the lowest. The MHR technique's average patient whose HRt was estimated by the MHR method was lower than the AT one, which was the highest. The HRR method A had the highest risk of ECG abnormalities, while the MHR method had the lowest, and the THR method's safety is close to that of the AT approach. HRR method A's heart rate measurement is more consistent with the actual AT. There are certain risks involved in high-risk patients using HRR technique A.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/1647809


Moderate-intensity aerobic exercise versus desmopressin in adolescent males with mild hemophilia A: a randomized trial

Intranasal desmopressin preparations may be used by sports enthusiasts with mild hemophilia A. Following moderate-intensity aerobic training, Our company has previously reported a 2. 3-fold rise in FVIII activity in adolescents with mild HA after moderate-intensity aerobic exercise. In adolescents with mild HA, we present the main findings of a randomized trial of intranasal desmopressin versus a structured, moderate-intensity aerobic exercise regimen. The investigation was conducted simultaneously at the Hospital for Sick Children, Canada, and Nationwide Children's Hospital, the United States. Teenagers with mild HA [mean age: 16. 1 years] [mean baseline FVIII:C: 27. 9 %] were randomized to one of four study arms randomized to one of four study arms. After exercise, FVIII:C increased by 1. 7-fold, relative to 1. 9-fold for desmopressin. Participants were randomly assigned both exercise and desmopressin, with normal FVIII:C, 75-minutes into the study protocol.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1182/blood.2022016146


Comparative effectiveness of aerobic exercise versus Yi Jin Jing on ovarian function in young overweight/obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Abstract Background Polycystic ovary Syndrome is the most common heterogeneous endocrine disorder among women of childbearing age, and is characterized by an excess of and ovarian dysfunction. Yi Jin Jing, a main component of traditional Chinese medicine studies, is a vital component of traditional Chinese exercise, which is based on traditional Chinese medicine doctrine, which emphasizes ensuring the body is in a healthy state as a whole. However, there is no research on Yi Jin Jing's benign effects on PCOS to date. Discussion of The proposed research is the first randomized clinical trial to determine the relative effectiveness of aerobic exercise versus Yi Jin Jing on the care of ovarian function in young overweight/obese women with PCOS. The findings may lead to a new evidence-based coping plan for young women with PCOS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-022-06377-8


Adipose and Skeletal Muscle Expression of Adiponectin and Liver Receptor Homolog-1 With Weight Loss and Aerobic Exercise

Adiponectin and LRH-1 messenger RNA expression in skeletal muscle tissues of men and women at baseline, as well as studies of the effects of aerobic exercise training or weight loss on their expressions were the subject of this research. Results Adiponectin and LRH-1 mRNA expression in skeletal muscle tissue is higher in women than in males, according to the authors. Adiponectin mRNA expression in gluteal and abdominal adipose tissue did not change significantly after AEX or WL did not change significantly after AEX or WL. After AEX and the change in muscle LRH-1 was different between the two groups, LRH-1 mRNA expression increased both in adipose tissue and skeletal muscle. The rise in maximal oxygen consumption as a result of the increase in LRH-1 mRNA changes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1210/jendso/bvac095


THE COMPARISON BETWEEN PLYOMETRICS EXERCISE WITH AEROBIC EXERCISE TOWARDS DECISION-MAKING IN YOUNG ADULTS

Background: As if in the executive functions of the brain, particularly decision making and memory, a lack of physical exercise in an individual has a huge effect on the brain. Physical fitness and cognitive ability are linked to angiogenesis and neurogenesis that is more appropriate in people who perform their physical fitness routine. Plyometrics and Aerobic exercise have been shown to have a positive effect on the body, but no further study has been done into the comparison of the two sports. Aim: To know the difference between plyometrics workout and aerobic exercise, young adults' decision-making can be influenced by this research. This review used quasi-experimental design pretest and posttest. The decision-making score determined by the IOWA Gambling Task reflects a decision-making score. Plyometrics and Aerobic exercise revealed a significant difference in decision-making scores before and after Plyometrics and Aerobic exercise. Conclusion: Plyometrics and Aerobic exercise raise decision-making scores for young adults.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14710/dmj.v9i6.29333


The effects of date seed (Phoenix dactylifera) supplementation on exercise-induced oxidative stress and aerobic and anaerobic performance following high-intensity interval training sessions: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Abstract: Although intensive HIIT overstresses the cellular and immune systems, contributing to muscle soreness and injury, maximum oxygen consumption, and muscle mitochondrial capacity, a high-intensity interval training is a cost-effective strategy to increase vascular function, maximum oxygen consumption, and muscle mitochondrial capacity. Following HIIT sessions, the aim of the current research was to investigate the effects of date seeds on exercise-induced oxidative stress and aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Before and after HIIT workouts for 14 days, thirty-six physically fit men and women aged 18-35 years were encouraged to take 26g/d of date seed powder or wheat bran powder. To evaluate aerobic and anaerobic results at the study's beginning and end, we used the Cooper and running-based anaerobic sprint test. In comparison to the placebo group, peak power and fatigue index were both markedly enhanced in DSP. Our findings revealed that date seed supplementation in active participants in HIIT bouts reduced oxidative stress and improved performance parameters, as shown by our study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0007114522002124


Changes in gut hormone levels and negative energy balance during aerobic exercise in obese young males

We investigated whether changes in gut hormone levels as a result of a single bout of aerobic exercise differ between obese young males and normal controls, and attempted to determine the role of hormonal shifts during exercise in the regulation of energy balance in these obese subjects. A test meal was served at lunch, and energy intake and relative energy intake were calculated. Plasma PYY and GLP-1 levels were elevated by exercise, though plasma ghrelin levels were unaffected by exercise. PYYY and GLP-1 time courses did not significantly differ between the two groups in terms of the time courses. The present findings indicate that short-term EB during a single exercise session may not be limited by increased amounts of these gut hormones per se.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1677/joe-08-0500


Potential effects of aerobic exercise on the expression of perilipin 3 in the adipose tissue of women with polycystic ovary syndrome: a pilot study

Reduced adipose tissue lipolysis that can be improved by aerobic exercise is associated with reduced adipose tissue lipolysis that can be reversed by aerobic exercise. We were looking for differences in the gene expression of perilipins and associated targets in adipose tissue in women with PCOS both before and after exercise. BMI and age with normal cycles in eight women with PCOS and eight women with normal cycles was compared in a cross-sectional investigation. A 16-week prospective aerobic exercise training review was also completed by women with PCOS. The primary adipose tissue biopsies of women with PCOS were gathered, and primary adipose-derived stromal/stem cell cultures were established among women with PCOS before 16 weeks of aerobic exercise training and monitoring. Moreover, PLIN3 protein expression was undetectable in the cell cultures of women with PCOS vs. controls, in addition. Conclusions These results show that PLIN3 and coatomer GTPases are significant regulators of lipolysis and triglyceride storage in women with PCOS' adipose tissue.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1530/eje-14-0492


ENDOCRINOLOGY AND ADOLESCENCE: Aerobic exercise reduces insulin resistance markers in obese youth: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

The aim of this meta-analysis was to investigate the evidence for the effects of aerobic exercise training on lowering insulin resistance markers in obese children and/or adolescents. Change in body fat percentages was a secondary result. The study was limited to random controlled trials that investigated the effect of aerobic exercise on insulin resistance markers in obese youth. Fasting glucose and insulin drops, as well as body fat percentages, were reduced as a result of Aerobic exercise intervention intervention. Conclusions This meta-analysis provides insight into the success of aerobic exercise in the obese youth population's insulin resistance markers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1530/eje-14-0291


Impaired aerobic exercise adaptation in children and adolescents with craniopharyngioma is associated with hypothalamic involvement

We investigated the potential links with hypothalamic involvement, GH replacement, and catecholamine deficiency frequently observed in these populations, comparing exercise tolerance in children with surgically treated CP and appropriate pituitary hormone replacement therapy with healthy controls and healthy controls. And after adjustment for gender, results revealed that VO 2max /FFM was 20% lower in children with CP compared to controls. Children with hypothalamic involvement had a higher percentage of fat mass than those without hypothalamic involvement and lower VO 2max/FFM, but without hypothalamic involvement had a higher risk of fat mass and lower VO 2max /FFM than controls. Only in the absence of hypothalamic involvement, GH therapy has been shown to have a significant positive effect on aerobic endurance. There was no correlation between exercise capacity parameters and continuous urine epinephrine excretion or epinephrine peak response to insulin-induced hypoglycemia.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1530/eje-11-0742

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