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Cardiorespiratory response during prolonged weight supported and non-weight supported exercise
Written in English
|Statement||by David Theodore Deutsch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 175 leaves|
|Number of Pages||175|
Dead weight is the weight of the body not involved in locomotion (eg, fat, inactive muscles, viscera). Greater mass (dead weight) is a distinct disadvantage in acceleration (eg, runners), and an advantage in being difficult to move (eg, furniture movers, truck loaders, football linemen, wrestlers) or stop once in motion (eg, football backs). Body weight–supported treadmill training or body weight– supported ambulation training: Cardiorespiratory fitness (exercise capacity): The capacity to withstand the physiological stresses of prolonged exercise. (32) A late response, during a nerve conduction study, evoked by supramaximal stimulation. (12) + +.
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Select a weight you know is light enough for 10 repetitions. Perform 10 - 15 repetitions with that weight. Rest for two minutes. Increase weight 2% - 10%, depending on difficulty of previous set. In order to determine the effects of aerobic fitness on pregnancy and the newborn 20 primigravid subjects were studied throughout their gestational period and immediately post-partum. The subjects were classified as trained (T=10) or untrained (UT=10) based on the heart rate response to submaximal cycle ergometry testing done in each trimester. Case room reports were reviewed after delivery.
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Despite greater VO 2 max values obtained during treadmill exercise, cycle ergometry has many advantages, including preference of subjects to use the cycle ergometer during a VO 2 max test, adaptability, safety, ease of calibration, and subjects’ tolerance of non-weight-bearing exercise (Mckay and Banister, ; Pivarnik et al., ).
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Strengthening and lightweight stretching should also be started. This is supported by a large clinical trial in which men and women ≥60 years old had a 14% lower risk of all-cause mortality with 15 minutes of moderate exercise per day.
Each additional 15 minutes of exercise a day reduced the risk by a further 4%. The ACS recommends that patients maintain a healthy body weight, avoid weight gain, exercise for at least minutes of moderate activity (in addition to usual activities, such as work and chores) per week (30 minutes five or more days every week), or 75 minutes vigorous intensity exercise per week, or a combination of both, and to eat a.
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