Does Aerobic Exercise Increase 24-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Among Workers With High Occupational Physical Activity?—A RCT

@article{Korshj2017DoesAE,
  title={Does Aerobic Exercise Increase 24-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Among Workers With High Occupational Physical Activity?—A RCT},
  author={M. Korsh{\o}j and N. Krause and E. Clays and K. S{\o}gaard and P. Krustrup and A. Holtermann},
  journal={American Journal of Hypertension},
  year={2017},
  volume={30},
  pages={444 - 450}
}
OBJECTIVE High occupational physical activity (OPA) increases cardiovascular risk and aerobic exercise has been recommended for reducing this risk. This paper investigates the effects of an aerobic exercise intervention on 24‐hour ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) among cleaners with high OPA. METHODS Hundred and sixteen cleaners between 18 and 65 years were randomized. During the 4‐month intervention period, the aerobic exercise group (AE) (n = 57) performed worksite aerobic exercise (2 × 30… Expand
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