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Exercise and Gut Microbiome: Trends and Advances in Research Methods
PURPOSE: To suggest future research directions and current research trends based on representative studies of existing exercises and the gut microbiome. In addition, we reviewed methodologies to study the relationship between exercise and the gut microbiome. METHODS: The resear...
The Impact of Ballet Program on Appetite Related Hormones, Insulin Resistance, and Body Composition in Postmenopausal Women: A Pilot Study
PURPOSE: Postmenopausal status is associated with an age-related decline in hormones, abnormal appetite regulation, weight gain, and increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Exercise is a useful non-pharmacological intervention that improves the levels of hormones involve...
The Effect of Stiffness of Lower Extremity Soft Tissue on the Sports Performance of K-7 League Soccer Players: A Pilot Study
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to verify the effect of soft tissue stiffness on joint range of motion and athletic performance in soccer players. METHODS: Fifteen adult male soccer players participated in the study. After the warm-up, calf muscle and Achilles tendon stif...
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