Inactivity, exercise training and detraining, and plasma lipoproteins. STRRIDE: a randomized, controlled study of exercise intensity and amount.

@article{Slentz2007InactivityET,
  title={Inactivity, exercise training and detraining, and plasma lipoproteins. STRRIDE: a randomized, controlled study of exercise intensity and amount.},
  author={Cris Allan Slentz and Joseph A Houmard and J. Kathleen L. Johnson and Lori A. Bateman and Charles J. Tanner and Jennifer S. McCartney and Brian D. Duscha and William E Kraus},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={
          432-42
        }
}
Exercise has beneficial effects on lipoproteins. Little is known about how long the effects persist with detraining or whether the duration of benefit is effected by training intensity or amount. Sedentary, overweight subjects (n = 240) were randomized to 6-mo control or one of three exercise groups: 1) high-amount/vigorous-intensity exercise; 2) low-amount/vigorous-intensity exercise; or 3) low-amount/moderate-intensity exercise. Training consisted of a gradual increase in amount of exercise… CONTINUE READING

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