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Effects of Resistance Training Intensity on Arterial Stiffness in Healthy Adults
PURPOSE: Resistance exercise is an effective behavioral intervention for improving skeletal muscle mass and strength, and preventing sarcopenia. However, the effects of resistance exercise on arterial stiffness remain controversial. This study aimed to organize and analyze the e...
Effects of Regular Aerobic Exercise Interventions on Decreased Cerebral Blood Flow-Induced Mild Cognitive Impairment
PURPOSE: Decreased cerebral blood flow (CBF) is a common symptom in older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Aerobic exercise is a promising therapeutic intervention for delaying or ameliorating age-related CBF deterioration in older individuals. The review outlines th...
Effects of Resistance Exercise on Older Individuals with Sarcopenia: Sex Differences in Humans
Sarcopenia affects tens of millions of adults worldwide, with a reported prevalence of 10-50% among older adults. A decrease in muscle strength and function due to aging reduces physical performance, causing pain and disease. Accordingly, interest in the treatment or prevention ...
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