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Cardiovascular Fitness - PLOS

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Last Updated: 16 October 2021

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Examining the impact of a community-based exercise intervention on cardiorespiratory fitness, cardiovascular health, strength, flexibility and physical activity among adults living with HIV: A three-phased intervention study

Approaches: We performed a longitudinal intervention research with community-dwelling grownups coping with HIV in Toronto, Canada. Phase 1 consisted of baseline tracking; Phase 2 consisted of the CBE Intervention: individuals were asked to exercise for 90 mins, 3 times/week, with once a week monitored mentoring at a community-based fitness centre; and Phase 3 consisted of follow-up where participants were anticipated to continue with thrice once a week workout individually. Individuals reported a typical of 4 concurrent health conditions in addition to HIV. During Phase 3 follow-up, there was a considerable reduction in trend of benefits observed throughout the intervention phase for systolic high blood pressure and sit and get to examination. Final thought: Adults coping with HIV that involved in this six-month CBE treatment demonstrated undetermined cause relation to V̇O2peak, and prospective renovations in various other outcomes of cardiovascular health and wellness, strength, adaptability and self-reported physical task.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0257639

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