Resistance circuit training reduced inflammatory cytokines in a cohort of male adults with Down syndrome

@inproceedings{RosetyRodrguez2013ResistanceCT,
  title={Resistance circuit training reduced inflammatory cytokines in a cohort of male adults with Down syndrome},
  author={Manuel Rosety-Rodr{\'i}guez and Alejandra Camacho and Ignacio Rosety and Gabriel Fornieles and Miguel {\'A}ngel Rosety and Antonio Jes{\'u}s Diaz and Manuel Rosety and Francisco Javier Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez},
  booktitle={Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND It is widely accepted that muscle strength plays a key role on functional tasks of daily living and employability in individuals with Down syndrome (DS). Recent studies have also reported resistance training may improve chronic inflammation in other clinical situations. This is the first study conducted to determine the effect of resistance circuit training on low-grade systemic inflammation in adults with DS. MATERIAL/METHODS A total of 40 young male adults with DS were recruited… CONTINUE READING

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