Frequency of training as a determinant for improvement in cardiovascular function and body composition of middle-aged men.

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Frequency, duration and intensity of training have been shown to be important determinants for improving various physiological functions. This report represents a series of six training investigations conducted by the investigators over the past seven years. Within the six investigations ten separate groups were studied. These data were combined and… (More)

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@article{Pollock1975FrequencyOT, title={Frequency of training as a determinant for improvement in cardiovascular function and body composition of middle-aged men.}, author={Michael L. Pollock and H. S. Miller and A C Linnerud and Karen Cooper}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={1975}, volume={56 4}, pages={141-5} }