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Training effects of short bouts of stair climbing on cardiorespiratory fitness, blood lipids, and homocysteine in sedentary young women
Objectives: To study the training effects of eight weeks of stair climbing on Vo2max, blood lipids, and homocysteine in sedentary, but otherwise healthy young women. Methods: Fifteen women (mean (SD)Expand
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Accumulating brisk walking for fitness, cardiovascular risk, and psychological health.
PURPOSE To compare the effects of different patterns of regular brisk walking on fitness, risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and psychological well-being in previously sedentary adults. Expand
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The effect of walking on fitness, fatness and resting blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomised, controlled trials.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this review was to perform a meta-analysis on walking intervention studies in order to quantify the magnitude and direction of walking-induced changes that may alter selectedExpand
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Training effects of short and long bouts of brisk walking in sedentary women.
This study compared the effects of short and long bouts of brisk walking in sedentary women. Forty seven women aged 44.4 +/- 6.2 yr (mean +/- SD) were randomly assigned to either three 10-min walksExpand
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The effect of walking on risk factors for cardiovascular disease: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised control trials.
OBJECTIVE To conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised control trials that examined the effect of walking on risk factors for cardiovascular disease. METHODS Four electronicExpand
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Speed and exercise intensity of recreational walkers.
BACKGROUND Brisk walking has been identified as an activity suited to meet American College of Sport Medicine/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations for moderate intensityExpand
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A systematic review of determinants of sedentary behaviour in youth: a DEDIPAC-study
Sedentary behaviour (SB) has emerged as a potential risk factor for metabolic health in youth. Knowledge on the determinants of SB in youth is necessary to inform future intervention development toExpand
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Systematic literature review of determinants of sedentary behaviour in older adults: a DEDIPAC study
BackgroundOlder adults are the most sedentary segment of society and high sedentary time is associated with poor health and wellbeing outcomes in this population. Identifying determinants ofExpand
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Using computer, mobile and wearable technology enhanced interventions to reduce sedentary behaviour: a systematic review and meta-analysis
BackgroundHigh levels of sedentary behaviour (SB) are associated with negative health consequences. Technology enhanced solutions such as mobile applications, activity monitors, prompting software,Expand
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Postprandial lipemia: effects of intermittent versus continuous exercise.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to assess whether exercise performed in continuous and discontinuous formats reduced postprandial lipemia to a similar degree. METHODS Fifteen normolipidemicExpand
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