Both aerobic endurance and strength training programmes improve cardiovascular health in obese adults.

@article{Schjerve2008BothAE,
  title={Both aerobic endurance and strength training programmes improve cardiovascular health in obese adults.},
  author={I. E. Schjerve and G. A. Tyldum and A. E. Tj{\o}nna and Tomas St{\o}len and Jan P. Loennechen and H. E. M. Hansen and Per M Haram and Garreth Heinrich and A. Bye and S. Najjar and Godfrey L. Smith and S. Sl{\o}rdahl and O. J. Kemi and U. Wisl{\o}ff},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={2008},
  volume={115 9},
  pages={
          283-93
        }
}
  • I. E. Schjerve, G. A. Tyldum, +11 authors U. Wisløff
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Clinical science
  • Regular exercise training is recognized as a powerful tool to improve work capacity, endothelial function and the cardiovascular risk profile in obesity, but it is unknown which of high-intensity aerobic exercise, moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or strength training is the optimal mode of exercise. In the present study, a total of 40 subjects were randomized to high-intensity interval aerobic training, continuous moderate-intensity aerobic training or maximal strength training programmes… CONTINUE READING
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    ConditionsObesity, Overweight
    InterventionBehavioral
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