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Physical and Physiological Profiles of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Athletes: a Systematic Review
- L. V. Andreato, Francisco Javier Díaz Lara, A. Andrade, B. Branco
- BiologySports Medicine - Open
- 13 February 2017
A systematic review of the physical and physiological profiles of Brazilian jiu-jitsu athletes found that body fat is generally low for these athletes and the mesomorphic component is predominant, and it seems that aerobic fitness does not discriminate among Brazilian j Jiu-Jitsu athletes of different competitive levels.
The Brunel Mood Scale Rating in Mental Health for Physically Active and Apparently Healthy Populations
Investigating the construct validity and internal consistency of the Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS) for use with different populations, which are physically active and apparently healthy suggests that the results provide some support for validity.
[Brazilian version of the Perceived Stress Scale: translation and validation for the elderly].
The Perceived Stress Scale proved to be a clear and reliable tool to measure the perceived stress of Brazilian elderly, showing suitable psychometric performance.
Challenges to Athletes During the Home Confinement Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic
Athletes are alerted to the importance of maintaining a conditioning routine during this confinement period, as the world is currently facing a serious coronavirus pandemic.
Modulation of Autonomic Function by Physical Exercise in Patients with Fibromyalgia Syndrome: A Systematic Review
- A. Andrade, G. T. Vilarino, Thiago Teixeira Serafim, Altair Argentino Pereira Júnior, Cícero Augusto de Souza, S. Sieczkowska
- Medicine, PsychologyPM & R : the journal of injury, function, and…
- 5 June 2019
The objective was to evaluate the effects of physical exercise on autonomic dysfunction in patients with fibromyalgia syndrome (FM) and to establish a smoking cessation strategy.
[Self-esteem, body image and depression in adolescents with different nutritional conditions].
- Aline R Rentz-Fernandes, Maick da Silveira-Viana, C. M. D. Liz, A. Andrade
- Psychology, MedicineRevista de salud publica
Overweight or obese adolescents have higher body dissatisfaction and depression and self-esteem are related to body image, and not to BMI, demonstrating that the subjectivity of adolescents must be assessed.
A systematic review of the effects of strength training in patients with fibromyalgia: clinical outcomes and design considerations
- A. Andrade, R. de Azevedo Klumb Steffens, S. Sieczkowska, Leonardo Alexandre Peyré Tartaruga, G. Torres Vilarino
- MedicineAdvances in Rheumatology
- 22 October 2018
Current evidence demonstrates that ST is beneficial and can be used to treat FM, with increased functional capacity and quality of life.
What are the Benefits of Exercise for Alzheimer's Disease? A Systematic Review of the Past 10 Years.
- S. S. Hernandez, P. F. Sandreschi, A. Andrade
- PsychologyJournal of aging and physical activity
- 1 October 2015
The exercise may be important for the improvement of functionality and performance of daily life activities, neuropsychiatric disturbances, cardiovascular and cardiorespiratory fitness, functional capacity components (flexibility, agility, balance, strength), and improvements in some cognitive components such as sustained attention, visual memory, and frontal cognitive function in patients with AD.
Sleep Quality, Mood and Performance: A Study of Elite Brazilian Volleyball Athletes.
- A. Andrade, G. Bevilacqua, D. Coimbra, F. S. Pereira, Ricardo Brandt
- EducationJournal of sports science & medicine
- 1 December 2016
In a competition, it is important that the athletes show good sleep quality, and use techniques and strategies to ease their mood variations, as it is shown that athletes who slept well, and won their games, had lower tension levels.