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Current recommendations aimed at reducing neuromuscular and functional loss in aged muscle have identified muscle power as a key target for intervention trials, although little is known about the biological and cardiovascular systemic response in the elderly. This study investigated the effects of 12 weeks of low-frequency, moderate-intensity,(More)
AIM Rhodiola Rosea, is an adaptogen plant which has been reported to promote fatty acids utilisation, to ameliorate antioxidant function, and to improve body resistance to physical strenuous efforts. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects on physical performance as well as on the redox status of a chronic Rhodiola Rosea(More)
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a common neurodegenerative disease characterized by bradykinesia, tremor, rigidity, and postural instability. Motor disorders are composite and combined, adversely affecting the patient's health. Tremor and rigidity are correlated with worsening manual dexterity as well as postural changes such as akinesia and camptocormia.(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the physiologic and psychological effects of an equine-assisted therapy protocol (EAT) in breast cancer survivors. METHODS Twenty women (mean age, 45.61±2.71 years) whose breast cancer treatment had concluded at least 6 months previously underwent a screening protocol to certify their eligibility to participate in noncompetitive(More)
BACKGROUND Subclinical hyperthyroidism (sHT) affects cardiovascular (CV) morphology and function; whether such changes can impact on sport eligibility is unclear. AIM This exploratory study evaluated the CV system and sport eligibility in athletes with levothyroxine-induced sHT, in the setting of mandatory pre-participation screening. SUBJECTS AND(More)
Cita bibliográfica / Cita bibliogràfica (ISO 690): BELTRÁN VALLS, M. R..[et al.]. Explosive type of moderate-resistance training induces functional, cardiovascular, and molecular adaptations in the
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