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Strength Training and Quality of Life in Elderly

Aim: To evaluate the impact of three different strength training programs on psychological wellbeing of elderly.

Strength Training as a Supplemental Therapy of Androgen Deficiency of the Aging Male

This study examines the effect of 12-week strength training program with and without testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) on body composition, physical function, selected biochemical markers of metabolic health, molecular parameters of training adaptation and the quality of life patients with ADAM. The investigators believe, that strength training program performed 2 times per week for 12 weeks can improve body composition (decrease fat mass and gain lean mass), muscle streng...

Strength Training in Improving Quality of Life in Patients With Multiple Myeloma

This trial studies how well strength training works in improving quality of life in patients with multiple myeloma. Weekly physical activity may improve bone recovery, reduce pain, and increase quality of life in patients with multiple myeloma.

Influence of Sit Muscle Strength Training and Game on Elderly

Objective: The study aims to understand the physical function, body composition, mental state, behavior, depression, and life quality change of the elderly in a long-term care before and after the intervention. Four interventional activities are sitting strength training, games, sitting strength training with games, and health education.

Effect of an Internet-based At-home Physical Training Protocol on Quality of Life, Fatigue, Functional Performance, Aerobic Capacity and Muscle Strength in Multiple Sclerosis Patients

In this randomised controlled trial, the feasibility and effectiveness of an internet-based exercise intervention including progressive strength and endurance training (e-training) for PwMS was investigated. Primary outcome was health-related quality of life, secondary outcomes were muscle strength, aerobic capacity and lung function, physical activity and fatigue.


Group Exercise Training for Functional Improvement After Treatment (The GET FIT Trial)

This research is being done to compare the physical and quality of life benefits of two different types of exercise- tai chi versus strength training- for female cancer survivors who have had chemotherapy. Each exercise- tai chi and strength training- will be compared to participants in a group that performs flexibility and relaxation exercises, which is expected to have different benefits than either tai chi or strength training.

Maximal Leg Press Strength Training Study for Coronary Artery Disease Patients

Maximal strength training has been shown to increase muscular strength, muscular volume and work economy. An 8 week maximal leg press training regime will be conducted on cardiac heart failure patients to evaluate whether they increase their maximal leg press strength, work economy, serum testosterone and quality of life. The study hypotheses are that: 1. Aerobic work capacity will increase due to increased work economy, without increases in maximal oxygen uptake. ...

Effects of Respiratory Muscle Training on Respiratory Muscle Strength, Functional Capacity and Quality of Life in Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary hypertension (HP) is a progressive pathological condition presents with vascular changes in the lung. Cardiopulmonary changes in PH are considered the main limiting factor, however, it is known that the muscular alterations potentiate the symptomatology. Several HP factors and mechanisms have an impact on peripheral and respiratory muscle changes, so, specifically, respiratory muscles are also altered in patients with PH. In the face of respiratory muscle weakness, i...

Effect of Neck Strength Training on Health-related Quality of Life in Females With Neck Pain

The purpose of this study is to determine whether intensive one-year neck strength training can enhance health related quality of life in females with chronic neck pain.

Effect of Different Exercises on Quality of Life of Leukemia Patients.

- To compare between modified strength training program and aerobic exercises on quality of life on children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. - To compare between modified strength training program and aerobic exercises on functional capacity on children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

Strength Training Adaptations, Age and Genes

The study investigates the effect of maximal strength training on muscular strength and power in different age groups from 20 to 80 year old. It also relates the training adaptations to different known genes such as angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE) and Alpha-actinin-3 (ACTN3). Participants will complete an eight weeks, three times per week training intervention of maximal strength training with a pre-post design. In addition, blood samples will be collected for the analyse...

Functional Mobility in the Elderly: Influence of Morphological, Neuromuscular and Training Parameters

Life expectancy and elderly population are increasing. Health professionals try to provide longevity with good quality of life for this population, through the functional independence maintenance. In this context, physical exercise has an important role, specially the strength training. The ability to produce muscle strength is positively associated with the functionality and independence of older people. Different types of strength training can lead to different neuromuscular ...

Inspiratory Muscle Training in Individuals With Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that affects some organs of the human body. Among them, the lungs tend to be the most affected due to the accumulation of mucus in the airways, which in addition to avoiding the passage of air, favors pulmonary infections. With the evolution of the condition, secondary complications arise, such as postural changes, decreased respiratory muscle strength, decreased functional capacity and, consequently, quality of life. Therefore, respiratory ...

The Effects of Adding Expiratory Muscle Strength Training in Voice Therapy

Evaluate if adding expiratory muscle strength training to traditional voice therapy for individuals with dysphonia due to glottal insufficiency improves maximal expiratory pressure, acoustic and aerodynamic measures (i.e. amplitude, maximum phonation time, peak expiratory flow), and voice related quality of life.

Effects of Different Protocols of Physical Training on Levels of Muscle Strength and Functional Capacity

Introduction: the peripheral obstructive arterial disease is an condition that affects around 15% of the world population interfering in muscle strength, life quality and functional capacity of patients.

The Role of Muscle Protein Breakdown in the Regulation of Muscle Quality in Frail Elderly Individuals

The purpose of this study is to investigate mechanisms underlying the reduction in muscle quality (the ratio between muscle strength and muscle size) with aging, and to investigate how these factors are affected by strength training and protein supplementation. It is already established that muscle quality defined as the ratio between the strength and the size of a muscle is improved with strength training, even in frail elderly individuals. However, the relative contribution o...

Effects of Physical Training on Bone and Muscle Quality, Muscle Strength, and Motor Coordination in Children With NF1

A physical training program will improve quality of life, participation in physical activity, motor coordination, muscle strength, and bone and muscle strength in children with neurofibromatosis type 1.

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...

Strength Training After Hip Fracture Surgery

The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of intensive strength training of the the fractured leg in patients with hip fracture, during admittance in an acute orthopedic ward. The study hypothesis is that the training will improve function and reduce the strength loss in the fractured leg in comparison with the non-fractured leg.

Use of Glutamine for Recovery Muscle Strength

After an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction by surgery, the most important muscle of the knee, called quadriceps femoral, loses strength in more than 60% of cases, which if not corrected can progress to osteoarthritis in up to 80% of patients, compromising their quality of life. The main treatment for loss of muscle strength in these patients is rehabilitation which includes strength and endurance exercises.However, in some cases, amino acids such as Glutamine (Gl...

Exercise in Patients With Osteoarthritis of the Hip

According to Danish and international guidelines the recommended first-line of management for people with osteoarthritis consist of exercise, education, analgesic medication, and, if necessary, weight reduction. It is well documented that exercise has a positive effect on pain and physical function in patients with knee OA, but the effect of exercise on hip OA is sparsely investigated. Aim of the study: To investigate the effects of 1) strength training, and 2) Nordic Walking,...

Cardiopulmonary Capacity and Quality of Life in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure

Heart Failure is a progressive disorder that begins after an insult to the heart muscle resulting in the loss of functional cardiomyocytes, or even compromising the ability of the myocardium to contract and/or relax normally. A common finding in heart failure is exercise intolerance that generates a vicious cycle, in which the individual starts to limit his activities even further due to progressive fatigue. Studies demonstrate that regular physical exercise can increase the ae...

Effects of Ground-based Walking Training in Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) is a hemodynamic and physiopathological condition that is defined as an increase in pulmonary artery pressure ≥25 mmHg when measured at resting with symptoms such as dyspnea, fatigue, chest pain, and syncope. PH characterized by decreased exercise capacity, quality of life, peripheral muscle strength, balance, and physical inactivity. It is recommended that patients with PH should be included in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation programs in addition t...

Strength Training With Vascular Occlusion in Patients Harboring With HIV/Aids

The use of antiretroviral therapy (ART) could prevent depression of the immune system of patients harboring with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), providing increased life expectancy, changing the classification of HIV / AIDS into a chronic illness. However prolonged use of ARTincreases the prevalence of lipodystrophy syndrome (SL), characterized by inadequate distribution of body fat and changes in lipid profile, associated with a significantly increased cardiovascular risk,...


Patients with chronic kidney disease in hemodialysis have complex syndrome with diverse effects on cardiovascular, nervous, respiratory, musculoskeletal, immune and endocrine-metabolic systems. With regard to the musculoskeletal structure, there is progressive muscular loss with consequent increase in muscle weakness, limited resistance, exercise intolerance and fatigue, as well as functional and morphological abnormalities characteristic of uremic myopathy. Respiratory muscles...

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