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Ahles Cammie P - - 2012
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the minimum amount of resistance exercise that would stimulate bone formation, via an elevation in bone mineral density (BMD), during the growth period in male rats. METHODS: Forty male rats were randomly divided into Control (Con, n=8), 1 ladder climb resistance ...
Jouper John - - 2013
Sara, the participant in this single case study, had to leave work due to burnout. She is now recovered and working, but still complains of disturbed moods and worries about getting burned out again. The aim of this study was to, by way of Qigong and mindfulness exercise, increase the ...
Manini Todd M TM University of Florida, Department of Aging and Geriatric Research, Gainesville, USA. - - 2012
Resistance exercise (RE) stimulates growth hormone (GH) secretion in a load-dependent manner, with heavier loads producing larger GH responses. However, new research demonstrates that low-load RE performed with blood flow restriction (BFR) produces potent GH responses that are similar to or exceed those produced following high-load RE. We hypothesized that ...
Gatti R - - 2012
The growth hormone/insulin like growth factor-I (GH/IGF-I) system occupies a well-known hormonal role and its effects, mainly anabolic and insulin-sensitizing, are mediated through endocrine as well as paracrine/autocrine mechanisms. This system includes the binding proteins, namely growth hormone binding proteins and Insulin-like growth factor I binding proteins (IGFBPs). As expected, ...
Donnelly Joseph - - 2012
Although systemic hypoxia increases the muscle hyperaemic response during 'steady-state' exercise, its effect on dynamic characteristics of this response is not clear. In the present study we first established that hypoxia increases the steady-state hyperaemic response at low workloads during calf exercise. To study dynamic aspects of this response, eight ...
Martin-Perez Miguel - - 2012
Moderate exercise enhances fish growth, although underlying physiological mechanisms are not fully known. Here we performed a proteomic and metabolic study in white (WM) and red (RM) muscle of gilthead sea bream juveniles swimming at 1.5 body lengths per second. Continuous swimming for four weeks enhanced fish growth without increasing ...
Macaluso F - - 2012
The number of adult stem cells (ASCs) is very small, limiting the regenerative potential of tissues. One of the most studied ASCs in humans is the satellite cell (SC), which proliferates and increases pool size under exercise stress and muscle damage. This review examines the growth factor response to specific ...
Kanthan Ajita - - 2012
The optimal timing of exercise stress testing post primary percutaneous coronary intervention is uncertain with anecdotal evidence suggesting an increased risk of acute myocardial infarction and/or death if performed too early. This has translated into a delayed return to normal life activities following an acute myocardial infarction resulting in an ...
Moghadasi Mehrzad - - 2012
Physical activity has been proposed as one strategy to enhance bone mineral acquisition; however, the basic mechanisms of this effect are not fully understood. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of 12 weeks of resistance training on hormones of bone formation in young sedentary women. Twenty sedentary ...
Burd Nicholas A - - 2012
It is often recommended that heavier training intensities (∼70%-80% of maximal strength) be lifted to maximize muscle growth. However, we have reported that intensities as low as 30% of maximum strength, when lifted to volitional fatigue, are equally effective at stimulating muscle protein synthesis rates during resistance exercise recovery. This ...
Chae Chang-Hun - - 2012
We investigated the effects of swimming and treadmill exercise on the level of nerve growth factor (NGF) protein and neurogenesis in the hippocampus, and cognitive function of adult rats over a period of 8 weeks. We divided 144 male Sprague-Dawley rats into 3 groups: (1) a control group (COG; total ...
Babcock Lyle - - 2012
The addition of aerobic exercise (AE) to a resistance exercise (RE) program (concurrent exercise; CE) can interfere with maximum muscle fiber growth achieved with RE. Further, CE appears to markedly affects the growth of myosin heavy chain (MHC) I, but not MHC IIa fibers. The mechanism responsible for this 'interference' ...
Jean Maxime J - - 2012
Although human cardiomyocytes (CMs) are capable of some cell division, this response is neither sufficient to repair damaged cardiac tissue nor efficient to compensate for pathological stress. Danio rerio (zebrafish) CMs have been shown to have high proliferative capability to completely repair hearts after injury; however, no reports have focused ...
Colleran Heather L - - 2012
Modest energy restriction combined with resistance training (RT) has been shown in non-lactating women to protect bone during periods of weight loss. However, there is a paucity of research on dietary interventions and exercise in lactating women aimed at promotion of bone health and weight loss. PURPOSE: To investigate the ...
Reeder Elizabeth J - - 2012
To clarify the structure of the muscle hyperaemic response during submaximal exercise in the supine position, we tested the hypotheses that this response measured in human calf muscle is biphasic or triphasic (growth-only) at low-moderate or high forces, respectively. Ten subjects performed four series of 5-min bout of intermittent contractions ...
Hanssen K E - - 2012
The aim of this work was to study the effect of training volume on activation of satellite cells. Healthy untrained men were randomly assigned into two groups. The 3L-1UB group (n = 10) performed three-set leg exercises and single-set upper body exercises, and the 1L-3UB group (n = 11) performed single-set leg exercises and ...
Silva Jemima Fuentes Ribeiro da - - 2012
Physical exercise mobilizes endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) to peripheral blood. However, this effect seems to depend on exercise characteristics, such as duration and intensity. The aim of this systematic review was to verify the impact of a single bout of aerobic exercise on the mobilization of EPCs in healthy individuals, ...
Peng C C - - 2012
Adriamycin nephropathy (AN) or doxorubicin-induced chronic kidney disease (DRCKD) has several strengths as an experimental model of renal diseases involving glomerulosclerosis, tubulointerstitial inflammation and fibrosis. Exercise has shown to be beneficial to many chronic diseases. We hypothesize that treadmill exercise may improve AN, and an investigation was carried out with ...
Tsiligiannis Theofanis - - 2012
Idiopathic scoliosis, a common disorder of lateral displacement and rotation of vertebral bodies during periods of rapid somatic growth, has many effects on respiratory function. Scoliosis results in a restrictive lung disease with a multifactorial decrease in lung volumes, displaces the intrathoracic organs, impedes on the movement of ribs and ...
Cuevas-Ramos Daniel - - 2012
Fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21) increases glucose uptake. It is unknown if FGF21 serum levels are affected by exercise. This was a comparative longitudinal study. Anthropometric and biochemical evaluation were carried out before and after a bout of exercise and repeated after two weeks of daily supervised exercise. The study ...
Kodama Fábio Yoshikazu FY Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia - FCT/UNESP - Presidente Prudente, SP, - - 2012
To describe the effects of immobilization, free remobilization and remobilization by physical exercise about mechanical properties of skeletal muscle of rats of two age groups. 56 Wistar rats divided into two groups according to age, an adult group (five months) and an older group (15 months). These groups were subdivided in: ...
Hamer Mark M Psychobiology Group, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, London, UK. - - 2012
Psychosocial factors, such as chronic mental stress and mood, are recognized as an important predictor of longevity and wellbeing. In particular, depression is independently associated with cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality, and is often comorbid with chronic diseases that can worsen their associated health outcomes. Regular exercise is thought to ...
Sarris I - - 2011
OBJECTIVE: To assess whether a standardization exercise prior to commencing a fetal growth study involving multiple sonographers can reduce interobserver variation. METHODS: In preparation for an international study assessing fetal growth, nine experienced sonographers from eight countries participated in a standardization exercise consisting of theoretical and practical sessions. Each performed ...
Sawka Michael N - - 2011
This article emphasizes significant recent advances regarding heat stress and its impact on exercise performance, adaptations, fluid electrolyte imbalances, and pathophysiology. During exercise-heat stress, the physiological burden of supporting high skin blood flow and high sweating rates can impose considerable cardiovascular strain and initiate a cascade of pathophysiological events leading ...
Montoro-García Silvia - - 2012
The growth differentiation factor 15 (GDF-15) has been shown up-regulated in stress conditions and to have regulatory actions in myocyte hypertrophy. We hypothesized that GDF-15 could be related to disease severity and functional status in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). We performed a study which includes 102 consecutive outpatient HCM ...
Aoi Wataru - - 2011
Fatty liver is known as the initial stage in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Epidemiological studies have shown that regular exercise prevents accumulation of hepatic lipids, although the underlying mechanism is unclear. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of exercise on fatty liver associated with hepatic lipid ...
Huber-Abel Felicitas A M - - 2011
The contribution of neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS) to angiogenesis in human skeletal muscle after endurance exercise is controversially discussed. We therefore ascertained whether the expression of nNOS is associated with the capillary density in biopsies of the vastus lateralis (VL) muscle that had been derived from 10 sedentary male ...
Turgut Sebahat - - 2011
Abstract Background: In this study we examined the effects of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) on growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) and insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3 (IGFBP-3) in response to chronic hypoxia and exercise training in hypoxic conditions. Methods: Thirty-five rats were divided into five groups; control group ...
Maior Alex S - - 2010
1. The aim of the present study was to investigate the cardiovascular effects of anabolic androgenic steroid (AAS) abuse by comparing the electrocardiographic parameters before and after submaximal exercise between AAS users and non-AAS users. 2. A total of 22 men who regularly engaged in both resistance and aerobic exercise ...
Sculthorpe Nicholas - - 2010
The non-therapeutic use of androgenic anabolic steroids (AAS) is associated with sudden cardiac death. Despite this, there is no proposed mechanism by which this may occur. Signal-averaged ECG (SAECG) allows the assessment of cardiac electrical stability, reductions of which are a known risk factor for cardiac arrhythmias. The aim of ...
Schlader Zachary J - - 2010
Previous investigations into peak cardiac power output (CPO peak) have been limited to clinical populations and healthy, but non-athletic adults, and normative data on trained individuals would allow a greater understanding of this parameter. Therefore, we recruited eight healthy, well-trained male cyclists. Peak oxygen consumption ((.)VO₂ peak) was assessed using ...
Olson Thomas P - - 2011
Heart failure (HF) patients breathe with a rapid shallow pattern during exercise. This study examined the relationship between cardiac size and tachypnoeic breathing in HF patients during exercise. Thirty-seven HF patients [age = 55 ± 13 years, ejection fraction (EF) = 27 ± 10%, New York Heart Association (NYHA) class ...
Busia Alessandra - - 2010
The majority of patients with Hodgkin's disease can be cured by combination of polychemotherapy and radiotherapy (RT) that can produce late toxic pulmonary and cardiac effects which often remain at a subclinical level. The aim of the present investigation was to compare the late pulmonary and cardiac toxicity of three ...
Reinsch Nico - - 2010
Many invasive and noninvasive methods have been proposed for guiding optimal programming of cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices. However, results are not satisfying. Preliminary results suggest that cardiac output (CO) measurements using inert gas rebreathing (IGR) might be an eligible method to tailor atrioventricular (AV) and ventriculo-ventricular (VV) programming. The ...
Oxborough David - - 2010
There is growing evidence to support the suggestion that prolonged strenuous exercise has a negative impact on left and right ventricular function during recovery. The main body of evidence covers a 20-year time window with many studies using transthoracic echocardiography to quantify cardiac function. Although studies have addressed different exercise ...
Fontana Piero - - 2011
Wingate test (WT) training programmes lasting 2-3 weeks lead to improved peak oxygen consumption. If a single 30 s WT was capable of significantly increasing stroke volume and cardiac output, the increase in peak oxygen consumption could possibly be explained by improved oxygen delivery. Thus, we investigated whether a single WT increases ...
Jakovljevic Djordje G DG MRC Muscle Performance and Exercise Training Laboratory, Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. - - 2010
The use of the HeartMate II continuous-flow left ventricular assist device (LVAD) improves survival, quality of life and functional capacity of patients with advanced heart failure. However, no study so far has shown the benefits of these devices for cardiac function during peak exercise. To assess cardiac and exercise performance ...
Nakamura Tomohiko - - 2010
We examined whether cardiac sympathetic denervation influences the cardiovascular response to exercise in Parkinson's disease (PD). Sixteen patients with PD were divided into two groups, according to their cardiac uptake of (123)I-metaiodobenzylguanidine (denervated group, 10 patients with heart to mediastinum (H/M) ratio < 1.7; innervated group, six patients with H/M ...
Shave Rob - - 2010
Regular physical exercise is recommended for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Although the high prevalence of physical inactivity remains a formidable public health issue, participation in exercise programs and recreational sporting events, such as marathons and triathlons, is on the rise. Although regular exercise training reduces cardiovascular disease risk, ...
Sörensen Jens - - 2010
BACKGROUND: PET using 1-(11)C-acetate (ACE-PET) applied at rest is used for measuring absolute myocardial blood flow (MBF) and oxidative metabolic rate (k(mono)). We evaluated the feasibility of quantitative ACE-PET during exercise. METHODS: Five endurance athletes underwent dynamic PET scanning at rest and during supine bicycle stress. Exercise was maintained at ...
Cheah Si Oon - - 2010
Exercise-related cardiac arrest is uncommon, however it is devastating when it occurs in otherwise healthy adults. This study aims to identify the characteristics of exercise-related cardiac arrest in the study population and estimate the overall survival rate. This is a retrospective observational study of exercise-related cardiac arrest in Singapore. Patients ...
Rontoyanni Victoria G - - 2010
Postprandial lipaemia impairs endothelial function, possibly by changes in oxidative stress, but whether this affects cardiac output and/or systemic vascular resistance (SVR) at rest and in response to dynamic exercise remains uncertain. The present study set out to investigate the effects of a high-fat meal (HFM) v. a low-fat, high-carbohydrate ...
Wang L - - 2010
Cardiac output (CO) monitoring is not only essential for critically ill patients in the hospital, but also for patients at home and those undergoing cardiopulmonary exercise testing. However, CO is difficult to monitor during daily activities and exercise. In this paper, we aim at developing a novel CO estimation method ...
Shibata Shigeki - - 2010
There are two possible mechanisms contributing to the excessive fall of stroke volume (and its contribution to orthostatic intolerance) in the upright position after bed rest or spaceflight: reduced cardiac filling due to hypovolemia and/or a less distensible heart due to cardiac atrophy. We hypothesized that preservation of cardiac mechanical ...
Dougherty Cynthia M - - 2010
Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) are an increasingly common treatment for survivors of sudden cardiac arrest or others with life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias. Health-care providers are often reluctant to prescribe exercise for this group because of the belief that it will provoke ventricular arrhythmias and cardiac arrest; patients are often afraid to ...
Robertson Donald U - - 2010
Heart rate, heart rate variability, stroke volume, and cardiac output were measured while six college students and six professionals played trumpet. One-minute rest periods were followed by 1 minute of playing exercises designed to assess the effects of pitch and articulation. Heart rate and heart rate variability increased during playing, ...
De La Cruz Torres Blanca - - 2010
The multiscale time irreversibility (MTI) involves the lack of consistency in the properties of a time series if one reverses the reading direction along the time. To analyze the RR time series at rest and during aerobic exercise through the MTI, both in healthy people and cardiac patients. The heartbeat ...
Schrauwen-Hinderling Vera B - - 2010
CONTEXT: Skeletal muscle and cardiac lipid accumulation are associated with diminished insulin sensitivity and cardiac function, respectively. In skeletal muscle, physical activity paradoxically increases fat accumulation, despite improvement in insulin sensitivity. Whether cardiac muscle responds similarly remains unknown. OBJECTIVE: The objective of the study was to investigate cardiac lipid content ...
Shave Rob - - 2010
It has been previously shown that cardiac troponin (cTn) is released in response to prolonged endurance exercise. The influence of short-duration high-intensity exercise upon the release of cTn is not known. We examined cardiac troponin I (cTnI) release pre-, during and post-30 min of high-intensity running exercise in eight recreationally ...
Westerdahl Elisabeth - - 2010
Limited published data are available on how patients are mobilized and exercised during the postoperative hospital stay following cardiac surgery. The aim of this survey was to determine current practice of physiotherapy-supervised mobilization and exercise following cardiac surgery in Sweden. A prospective survey was carried out among physiotherapists treating adult ...
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