Individual Variations in Exercise Training-induced Physiological Effects and Genetic Factors

@inproceedings{Maeda2006IndividualVI,
  title={Individual Variations in Exercise Training-induced Physiological Effects and Genetic Factors},
  author={Seiji Maeda and Haruka Murakami and Shinya Kuno and Mitsuo Matsuda and Kazuo Murakami},
  year={2006}
}
Regular exercise training brings about desirable physical effects, including an increase in both endurance capacity and muscle strength/volume and an improvement in arterial stiffness that regulate blood pressure. However, these effects vary greatly between individuals. In addition to environmental factors, the genetic backgrounds causing those individual variations are inferred. Research exploring genes which regulate physical capabilities and training-induced effects is widely being… CONTINUE READING

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