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Aging and Cortical Excitability

The objective of the current proposal is to identify 1) how aging-related changes in GABAergic cortical inhibition affect motor performance, and 2) how aerobic exercise may improve inhibitory function and facilitate motor learning.

Efficacy of Lifestyle Changes in Modifying Practical Markers of Wellness and Aging.

To assess the impact of lifestylel changes upon measures of wellness and aging, in particular weight change, fitness measures, and cognitive performance. The hypothesis was that aerobic exercise would improve mental performance and measures of fitness.

Investigating Fitness Interventions in the Elderly (INFINITE)

Aging is associated with declines in aerobic capacity, exercise tolerance, and functional endurance that lead to physical disability and loss of independence. Furthermore, the existing high prevalence of obesity in the elderly is greatly exacerbating these aging-related declines in function. To date, regular exercise is the only known therapy to consistently improve aerobic function, and perhaps delay the onset of disability. Although aerobic exercise training does benefit bo...

Aerobic Exercise and Cerebrovascular Function

This proposal will evaluate two brain health measures, cerebrovascular perfusion and cerebrovascular reactivity (CVR), before and after a proven, interval-based, aerobic exercise intervention in older Veterans. The hypothesis is that the 12-week aerobic exercise intervention (Spin) will increase perfusion and improve CVR in brain regions susceptible to age-related decline. This information will inform the impact of exercise on cerebrovascular health which is known to be negativ...

The Entorhinal Cortex and Aerobic Exercise in Aging

The overall goal of this study is to examine how regular exercise affects brain function, spatial memory, and virtual navigation. Participation in this research study will take approximately 4 months.

Aging and Cellular Mechanism for Insulin Action After Exercise Training

This study will determine whether the metabolic and cellular mechanisms contributing to improved insulin action after aerobic or resistive exercise are different in older, obese, insulin resistant veterans. The hypothesis is that regular exercise, whether aerobic or resistive, will improve whole body insulin action, but the nature and magnitude of changes in skeletal muscle will differ between the two types of exercise.


Effects of Aerobic Exercise in Parkinson's Disease

Aerobic exercise has the potential to become an effective and easily accessible treatment for Parkinson's disease (PD) that can improve both cognitive and motor dysfunction. This project will help us to understand the mechanism and scope of benefits from aerobic exercise in PD. Our proposed preliminary clinical trial is aimed at determining the safest and most tolerable aerobic exercise intervention (6 months)with best neurobiological activity so that this intervention can be...

Aerobic Exercise and Aphasia Treatment

The purpose of the study is to determine if speech therapy can be enhanced by Aerobic Exercise (AE). Investigators will use a single subject design to determine if aphasia therapy result in greater gains when combined with aerobic exercise.

The Body's Response to Aerobic Versus Resistance Exercise

The purpose of this study is to identify the body's response to aerobic vs. resistance exercise. Throughout this study, we will examine food intake, appetite, and physical and mental well-being before, during, and after aerobic and resistance exercise.

The Effect of an Aerobic Exercise Programme in Stroke Patients

This study aims to investigate the effect of aerobic exercise on the aerobic capacity, the daily functioning, post-stroke fatigue , depression and cardiovascular risk factors in stroke patients.

Exercise During and After Neoadjuvant Rectal Cancer Treatment

This study is designed to investigate if aerobic exercise during and after neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy (NACRT) can improve outcomes for rectal cancer patients. Rectal cancer patients will be randomly assigned to aerobic exercise or usual care. Patients in the aerobic exercise group will be asked to complete 3 supervised high-intensity aerobic interval training (HIT) session/week during NACRT and ≥ 150 minutes/week of unsupervised aerobic exercise after NACRT. Primar...

The Effect of a Single Bout of Balance and Coordination Exercise on Cognitive Function in Elderly People

Individuals of advanced age are at higher risk of cognitive deterioration.A single bout of aerobic exercise was found to improve cognitive functions. The aim of this study is to explore the effect of a single bout of balance and coordination exercise versus aerobic exercise on cognitive functions among elderly people.

Leipzig Exercise Intervention in Chronic Heart Failure and Aging

In both ageing and heart failure progressive exercise intolerance is observed. The Leipzig Exercise Intervention in Chronic heart failure and Aging (LEICA) study aims to investigate how aerobic short-term training interventions affect exercise capacity, left ventricular systolic and diastolic function, biomarkers of heart failure, skeletal muscle metabolism, and endothelial function in chronis heart failure patients (CHF-patients) and healthy subjects (HS) in two different age ...

Pilot Study of Aerobic Exercise in Early Alzheimer's Disease(AD)

The current project is a natural extension of a programmatic line of investigation into the relationship between exercise, brain aging, and AD that Dr. Burns has developed over the last four years. The current study will provide data to estimate expected effect sizes for power analyses and sample size calculations. It will also provide an opportunity to optimally design a larger trial that can be extended to multiple sites to more definitively examine the role of exercise as ...

Aging Brain Structure and Memory in Response to Exercise

This study will measure brain structure through its mechanical properties, assessed with magnetic resonance elastography, and determine whether it improves with aerobic exercise in older adults with low memory abilities. Additionally, this study will determine if memory abilities improve with exercise and if they are related to brain structure. Overall, this project has the potential to identify how brain health is impacted by exercise in older adults.

Aerobic Exercise in Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease (PD) is an incurable brain illness that afflicts more than one million Americans, including many aging Veterans. PD places an unbearable burden on the individual due to progressive impairment of movement and mental function. As a result, patients lose critical abilities such as driving and can become isolated. Although drugs and surgery help movement problems, their benefits are temporary and may cause side effects. Drugs provide limited and temporary benefi...

Acute Aerobic Exercise and Neuroplasticity in Depression

Depression is associated with a disruption in the mechanisms that regulate neuroplasticity. Effective treatment and rehabilitation of depression, and other neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders, relies on neuroplasticity. Thus, identifying therapies that enhance neuroplasticity (neuroplastic adaptation) are vital in the comprehensive treatment of depression. Aerobic exercise training has been demonstrated to have antidepressant properties and single bouts of aerobic exerc...

Dose Response Study of Aerobic Exercise in Older Adults

This is a randomized, 26-week study of supervised exercise assessing three doses of exercise in sedentary individuals 65 years of age and over with age-related cognitive changes. A total of 100 subjects (n=25 in each of four groups) will be randomized to a non-aerobic control group, 75 minutes, 150 minutes, or 225 minutes a week of moderate intensity aerobic exercise spread over 3 to 5 days a week for 26 weeks. These exercise doses represent 50%, 100%, or 150% of the recomme...

Aerobic Exercise to Improve Executive Language Function In Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to see if exercise can improve brain function in older adults

Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Accumulation of Old, Modified Proteins in Young and Older Adults

Muscle proteins accumulate damage during aging and leads to the loss of muscle mass and function in older people. Exercise can increase the making of new proteins and removal of older proteins, but it is not known if the effect changes with aging or type of exercise. The investigators will determine the ability for endurance, resistance, or a combination of exercise training to remove older-damaged proteins and make newer-functional muscle proteins in groups of younger and old...

Exercise Dose-Response Effects in Prediabetes

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effects of different amounts and intensities of aerobic exercise training programs, with and without weight loss, in people who are at risk for diabetes. An additional purpose of the study is to evaluate the factors in the blood and in exercising muscles that contribute to the improvement in those risk factors. This information will be used to improve exercise training guidelines for improving cardiovascular and metabolic health in ...

Comparing Acute Aerobic and Resistance Exercise

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of age and fitness level on the physiological response to an acute bout of resistance or aerobic exercise.

Effect of Aerobic Exercise Associated With Abdominal Radiofrequency on on Adipose Tissue in Women:

The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the effects of one session of aerobic exercise associated with radiofrequency in lipolytic activity and lipid profile.

Behavioral Exercise Intervention for Smoking Cessation

The purpose of this study is to test the effect of a moderate-intensity aerobic exercise intervention for smokers interested in quitting smoking. We expect that this project will contribute much needed knowledge about the role of aerobic exercise in smoking cessation. If the efficacy of moderate-intensity, aerobic exercise for smoking can be established, smokers may have a valuable adjunct to more traditional smoking cessation approaches.

Comparison of the Effectiveness of Different Home Exercise Programs

Aging is defined as a functional change in the organism which is not reversible with time progression. With this change in the organism, physical and cognitive functions are decreasing, and the potential of the individual to establish a balance between the systems decreased. For this reason, the aim of this is to investigate the effects of different home exercise programs on cognitive function, balance and daily living activities in healthy individuals.

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