Karl Stoedefalke

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UNLABELLED The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of exercise training on the peak oxygen uptake (peak VO2) and blood lipid profile of 13 to 14-y-old postmenarcheal girls. Treadmill determined peak VO2, total cholesterol, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, low density cholesterol, and triglycerides were the outcome measures assessed at(More)
Although the intensity of training in an exercise program is important, social environment and selection of activities are the factors that enhance patient compliance. Motivation of patients may be the single most important factor in a cardiac rehabilitation program. Such a program must recognize individual needs, set goals, permit opportunities for choice,(More)
The presence of a maturational threshold that modulates children’s physiological responses to exercise training continues to be debated, not least due to a lack of longitudinal evidence to address this question. The purpose of this study was to investigate the interaction between swim-training status and maturity in nineteen trained (T, 10 ± 1 years, −2.4 ±(More)
Carmen Armengol John J. Horan Gordon Ball Matt Jaremko Albert Bandura D. Balfour Jeffrey Arthur L. Beaman Mark Johnson Alan S. Bellack William Johnson Milton Blake Paul Karoly Thomas D. Borkovec Daniel Kirschenbaum John Borkowski Eric Klinger Kenneth Bowers Richard Landau Kelly Brownell Daniel Landers Mark Burrell Alvin Landfield John Caccioppo Harry Lando(More)
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