Experimental manipulation of aerobic fitness and the response to psychosocial stress: heart rate and self-report measures.

@article{Sinyor1986ExperimentalMO,
  title={Experimental manipulation of aerobic fitness and the response to psychosocial stress: heart rate and self-report measures.},
  author={D Sinyor and Marion Golden and Yvonne Steinert and Peter Seraganian},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={48 5},
  pages={324-37}
}
To determine whether aerobic fitness training alters response to psychosocial stress, 38 males were randomly assigned to either aerobic, anaerobic (weight-lifting), or waiting-list control groups. Experimental groups met three to four times per week in 1-hr sessions aimed at improving either cardiovascular endurance or muscular strength. Aerobic fitness level, heart rate and subjective response to laboratory psychosocial stress, and self-reports of daily stress, coping resources and psychologic… CONTINUE READING

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