Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Mild Cognitive ImpairmentA Controlled Trial

@inproceedings{Baker2009EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Mild Cognitive ImpairmentA Controlled Trial},
  author={Laura D. Baker and Laura Lewis Frank and Karen E Foster-Schubert and Charles W Wilkinson and Anne Mctiernan and Stephen R. Plymate and Mark Fishel and Brenna A. Cholerton and G. Duncan},
  year={2009}
}
Intervention: Participants were randomized either to a high-intensity aerobic exercise or stretching control group. The aerobic group exercised under the supervision of a fitness trainer at 75% to 85% of heart rate reserve for 45 to 60 min/d, 4 d/wk for 6 months. The control group carried out supervised stretching activities according to the same schedule but maintained their heart rate at or below 50% of their heart rate reserve. Before and after the study, glucometabolic and treadmill tests… CONTINUE READING

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