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Resistance Training Intervention to Promote Lean Mass in Youth With IBD

Evaluate feasibility, safety, and preliminary estimates of resistance training (RT) efficacy to promote lean body mass accrual in patients with CD aged 14-18. This will be achieved by conducting a parallel 2-arm randomized-controlled pilot trial of RT compared to usual care. At weeks 0 (pre-treatment), 6 (mid-treatment), and 12 (post- treatment), feedback regarding safety, feasibility, and acceptability will be collected from participants through surveys and interviews. Magnitu...


Impact of Resistance Training-Protein Supplementation on Lean Muscle Mass in Childhood Cancer Survivors

This study is being conducted because low lean muscle mass is prevalent among childhood cancer survivors. Lean muscle is the non-fatty muscle tissue that makes up part of the body's lean body mass. Low lean muscle mass is associated with loss of overall body strength, declining mobility and eventually, loss of independence. Among childhood cancer survivors, low lean muscle mass may contribute to reduced physical functioning and a sense of fatigue with exertion, limiting abili...

High vs Normal Protein Diets, Resistance Exercise, Lean Mass and Strength Gains

This study evaluates the effect of different types of diets (high and normal protein) on lean and fat mass, and strength in postmenopausal women practitioners of resistance exercise. They will be separate in two groups: high protein (1.2 protein g/body mass/day) and normal protein (0.8 protein g/body mass/day). All participants will be submitted on the same training.


Healthy Eating Aerobic and Resistance Training in Youth (HEARTY) Trial

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of resistance training, aerobic training, and combined aerobic and resistance training on percent body fat, measured using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), in sedentary post-pubertal overweight or obese youth aged 14-18 years.

Resistance Training Program and Cardiovascular Exercise in Increasing Muscle Mass in Adolescent and Young Adult Stem Cell Transplant Survivors

This pilot trial studies how well a resistance training program and cardiovascular exercise work in increasing muscle mass in adolescent and young adult stem cell transplant survivors. Resistance training and cardiovascular exercise may increase physical activity, muscular strength and improve lean body mass which is beneficial to improving the overall health of stem cell transplant survivors.

Effect of Two Exercise Programs on Obese Patients

The purpose of the study is to compare the effectiveness of two exercise programs (High Intensity Interval Training/HIIT and Low Intensity (LIT) Long Duration training) on decreasing fat mass and preserving lean body mass in obese patients. What the investigators are proposing is that HIIT is less effective because it will most likely decrease lean body mass in obese patients, whereas LIT decreases fat mass and conserves lean body tissue.

Resistance Training and Dietary Supplements as Intervention for Regaining Muscle Mass Following Radiotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether resistance training in combination with dietary supplementation is tolerable among head and neck cancer patients and to evaluate the possible effect on muscle mass, strength and functional capacity.

Effects of Progressive Elastic Band Resistance Training

Abnormal body composition with increased body fat mass and decreased lean body mass has been found in adults with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), contributing to reduced physical capacity and impairment. The aim of this study was to investigate whether progressive elastic band resistance training can improve physical motor performance and regional body composition in adults with PWS.

The Importance of Additional Protein to Benefit More From Training During and After Hospitalization

The purpose of the study is to investigate if an increased protein intake, in the form of a protein-enriched, milk-based supplement, can enhance the beneficial effect of resistance training, during hospitalization and 12 weeks post discharge in older patients. This will in part be evaluated from measures of muscle strength, muscle mass and physical functioning. Also, the study population's acceptance of the intervention product will be assessed along with measures related to 'c...

The Benefits of Hemp Protein Supplementation During Resistance Training

Forty physically active men and women aged 18-45y will take part in an 8-week resistance training program, randomized (double blind) 1:1 into each of two groups. Twenty participants will be randomized to receive 60 g/d of hemp powder (containing approximately 40 g protein and 9 g oil) supplementation and 20 randomized to receive 60 g/d of soy supplementation (matched to the hemp for macronutrients and calories) during eight weeks of training. Each participant will complete test...

An Intervention to Promote Healthy Behaviors in Homeless Youth

Investigators will use a Solomon 4-group design to test the effectiveness of a brief intervention to promote health behaviors for homeless youth who are 18-23 years of age. We will recruit 300 youths from Austin, TX and 300 from Columbus, OH. We will gather quantitative data on health behaviors and life satisfaction 3 and 6 months following the intervention, which will be delivered on an individual basis. Data will be analyzed using structural equation modeling and ANCOVA stati...

Progressive Resistance Training in Head and Neck Cancer Patients During Concomitant Chemoradiotherapy

72 patients with head and neck cancer, undergoing primary treatment with radiation therapy and concomitant weekly cisplatin, will be recruited to this multicentre trial. Randomized 1:1 to either 12-week progressive resistance training (PRT) program or control arm, starting together with concomitant chemoradiotherapy (CCRT) Stratified by centre, gender, p16-status and body mass index (BMI) below or above 30. Primary endpoint is difference in change in lean body mass (LBM) betw...

BFR and Muscle Mitochondrial Oxidative Capacity

Blood flow restricted (BFR) exercise has been shown to improve skeletal muscle adaptations to resistance exercise. BFR uses blood pressure cuffs (i.e., tourniquets) to reduce skeletal muscle blood flow during resistance exercise. One benefit of BFR is that skeletal muscle adaptations to resistance exercise training including muscle hypertrophy and increases in strength can be achieved at lower-loads (e.g., 25-30% 1RM), that are often comparable to more traditional resistance tr...

Upper Versus Lower Limb Responses to Higher Versus Lower Load Resistance Training in Young Men

Recent research suggests that performing resistance exercise training with relatively light loads is equally as effective at increasing muscle mass and muscle strength as performing resistance exercise training with relatively heavy loads. Whether or not performing resistance exercise with relatively heavy loads or light loads is equally as effective between the upper- and lower-body within the same individual has never been investigated. Given the substantial individual varian...

Protein Timing, Lean Mass, Strength and Functional Capacity Gains in Postmenopausal Women

This study evaluated the effect of protein intake immediately after resistance exercise on lean mass, strength, and functional capacity gains in postmenopausal women. Participants were randomly assigned to protein-carbohydrate group (PC) (n=17), that ingested 30 g of whey protein immediately after exercise and 30 g of maltodextrin in the afternoon; and to carbohydrate-protein group (CP) (n=17), that ingested 30 g of maltodextrin immediately after exercise and 30 g of whey prote...

Exercise After Radiation for Head & Neck Cancer

People who receive radiation therapy for head and neck cancer (HNC) can experience side-effects which include a significant loss in body mass and a loss of muscle mass (cancer cachexia). Some research has shown success in the use of generic (dynamic) resistance training interventions for patients affected by head and neck cancer. However, this approach could be optimized with the use of novel training methods.The primary aim of this research is to investigate the effect of conv...

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Effect of Prehabilitation on the Lean Mass Index (IMM) in ERAS PROGRAMM.

The implementation of prehabilitation in patients operated on for colon cancer in a multimodal rehabilitation regimen improves the values of the "lean body mass" or lean mass index, positively influencing the results of clinical, analytical and radiological nutritional values pre- and postoperatively and in morbi-mortality, recovery, average stay and re-entry rates.

Home-based Resistance Training for Adults With Severe Obesity

This study evaluates whether adding home-based resistance training to a multidisciplinary specialist weight management service can promote weight loss and improve physical function, strength, power and quality of life in adults with severe obesity. The study also investigated whether performing resistance exercises as fast as possible can yield further improvements in physical function compared with traditional slow-speed resistance training. All recruited participants complet...

Effects of Resistance Training on Physical Performance, Health and Quality of Life in Elderly (RTCHealth)

Physical exercise is considered an important intervention for promoting well-being and healthy aging. The purpose of the present study was to determine the effects of moderate-to-high intensity resistance training circuit on different parameters of fat mass, functional autonomy, strength and quality of life in elderly. A randomized controlled trial was conducted. A total of 45 subjects, (27 females, 18 males) aged between 65-75 years old from Murcia (Spain) were randomly to exp...

Role of the Gut Microbiome on Lean Mass and Physical Function in Older Adults

I recently published significant associations between circulating gut bacteria-related metabolites with lean and skeletal muscle mass and with measures of physical function in older adults, evidence that suggests a role for gut bacteria on the maintenance of these outcomes. To date, studies aimed at identification of associations between gut bacteria with lean mass or with specific measures of physical function have yet to be reported. Accordingly, my over-arching hypothesis is...

Multimodal Treatment Strategy for Cancer Cachexia

The primary aim of this proposal is to present a novel, multimodal treatment strategy for increasing lean body mass in individuals with cancer who experience cachexia between baseline and day 29 (+/- 3 days). The strategy includes graded resistance training and aerobic exercise, targeted nutrient supplementation and pharmacologic intervention (melatonin, ibuprofen, and beta-blockers). -Researchers postulate that this strategy, together with the simultaneous management of ...

The Combined Effects of Resistance Training and Flax Oil Supplementation Upon Inflammation in Older Adults

Loss of muscle mass and functional ability is a major concern for older individuals. Aging is associated with increased inflammation caused by release of hormone-like compounds termed "cytokines" which are involved in muscle protein degradation. Diets rich in ω-3 fatty acids decrease the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, possibly by inhibiting production of lipids involved in cytokine synthesis. Our purpose is to assess the effect of dietary supplementation with an ω-...

Resistance Training to Improve Fatigue and Physical Function in Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Survivors

This study will begin to fill a knowledge gap by determine whether changes in kynurenine metabolism occur following Resistance Training (RT) and relate to reductions in inflammation and improved behavioral and physical function as this may identify potential targets for interventions to promote cancer recovery.

Effect of Exercise With and Without HMB on Body Composition and Muscle Strength in Sickle Cell Anaemia

Wasting is a common and significant problem in sickle cell anaemia (SCA) that correlates with poorer clinical outcome such as frequent painful crises, acute chest syndrome and sub normal resistance to infection. Thus, improvement of nutritional status in SCA holds the potential of ameliorating the course of the disease. Elevated haemolysis and its effects are associated with hypermetabolism and have resulted in higher rates of protein breakdown and synthesis, and energy expendi...

Resistance Training and Appetite Regulation

This study plans to learn more about how resistance training impacts appetite and the brain's response to food. The study will be evaluating how the brain responds to food images as well as how behaviors and hormones change with a 12 week resistance training intervention.


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