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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...

The Effects of Aerobic Exercise in Microvascular Endothelium Function in Patients With Cardiovascular Diseases

This study evaluates the effects of different volumes of aerobic exercise training in cardiovascular parameters of patients with cardiovascular diseases enrolled in a cardiac rehabilitation program.

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.

Effects of Resistance and Aerobic Exercise on Cardiovascular Health

This study will investigate the separate and combined effects of aerobic and resistance training on cardiovascular risk factors in overweight men and women with mild to moderate dyslipidemia.

Exercise and Inflammation

The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that aerobic exercise leads to attenuation of the inflammatory response to lipopolysaccharide (LPS) stimulation.

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.

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 ...

Heritage Study--Genetics, Exercise and Risk Factors

To document the role of the genotype in the cardiovascular and metabolic responses to aerobic exercise-training and the contribution of inherited factors in the changes brought about by regular exercise for several cardiovascular disease and diabetes risk factors. A consortium of laboratories from five institutions in the United States and Canada are carrying out this study.

Independent and Combined Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Blood Pressure

We compared the effects of 8 weeks of aerobic exercise only, resistance exercise only, or a combination of both on blood pressure in overweight or obese middle-aged adults with elevated blood pressure. Participants engaged in supervised exercise sessions 3 times per week for 60 minutes each session. Outcomes were assessed at baseline and after the 8-week intervention. Extra-intervention physical activity and diet were also assessed.

The Clinical Utility of Resistance Training for Improving Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Post-Menopausal Women

Given the heightened cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in post-menopausal women, studies are needed to explore novel, feasible methods for reducing risk in this population. Based on prior data, primarily in other populations, progressive resistance training is a promising candidate. This project will test the effectiveness of a practical, progressive resistance training regimen for lowering numerous CVD risk factors compared to both aerobic training and no exercise in post-meno...

Aerobic Exercise and Blood Biochemical Factors in Spinal Cord Injury

Background: Patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) have a higher prevalence of cardiovascular diseases compared to the healthy population. Aerobic exercise training is one of the recommended treatments. However, literature regarding the effect of aerobic training on patients with SCI is scarce. This study evaluated changes in parameters of exercise physiology and serum myokines immediately after exercise and after a training program among patients with SCI. Method: ...


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.

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...

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 Medical College of Georgia PLAY Project: Exercise Dose and Insulin Sensitivity in Obese Children

The study is a behavioral clinical trial of aerobic exercise to determine dose-response effects on risk for type 2 diabetes, fatness, fitness, blood cholesterol levels, and other cardiovascular risk factors in overweight elementary schoolchildren. The hypothesis is that the more exercise a child does, the more benefit he or she will gain in reducing the risk of diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases. An ancillary study examined effects on cognition and achievement.

Genes, Exercise, Memory and Neurodegeneration

The primary purpose of this pilot study is to determine whether African Americans with mild Alzheimer's disease (AD) can be enrolled and retained in a 6-month aerobic exercise-training study.

Exercise and Cardiovascular Control During Upright Tilt in Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes

Older persons with diabetes have a harder time maintaining blood pressure when standing up. When blood pressure drops when standing up, fainting may occur. This study will see how regular exercise can improve the ability of the body to keep blood pressure up when standing. We want to see how this improvement varies with different types of exercise. The types of exercise that we will be studying are aerobic (running or cycling on a stationary bike) and strength training (weight...

Resistive and Aerobic Exercises in Insulin Resistance in Obese Premenopausal Women

A total of 40 premenopausal women diagnosed clinically as having insulin resistance. Their ages ranged from 35 to 45 years old; their body mass index was >30 kg/m2 and They were obese women complained of insulin resistance and non diabetic or cardiovascular disease, were randomly assigned to group A participated in aerobic & resistive exercise program, and group B participated in aerobic exercise and followed prescribed diet restriction program. Both of the groups (A&B) followe...

Effect of Aerobic Exercise Associated With Abdominal Laser Therapy

The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the effects of one session of aerobic exercise associated with low level laser therapy in lipolytic activity, lipid profile and inflammatory markers (C-reactive protein - CRP).

Facilitating Motor Skill Learning in Parkinson's Disease

The study is designed to assess the effects of aerobic exercise on motor learning in Parkinson patients. Specifically, the investigators examine whether a single bout of moderate intensity aerobic exercise, performed immediately before task practice, facilitates the acquisition and retention of a motor skill. In a cross-over design, participants will be randomly allocated to either the intervention group (aerobic exercise before motor learning) or control group (rest before mot...

The Benefit of Functional Movement Control for Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis

The study purpose is to explore the effect of functional movement control for patients who have stage II or III degenerative knee joint disease and also physical inactive. Half of patients will receive aerobic exercise and functional movement control training in combination, while the other will simply receive aerobic exercise.

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...

Oxidative Stress in Chronic Kidney Disease: Diet and Exercise

The central aim of this study is to improve understanding of how metabolic pathways that contribute to adiposity also amplify risks of kidney disease progression and cardiovascular disease in subjects with moderate to severe CKD. In order to achieve this goal, we propose the following aims through a randomized 2x2 factorial design trial in subjects with moderate to severe CKD: (a) To assess the feasibility of implementing aerobic exercise and caloric restriction interventions...

The Effects of Aerobic Exercise Training on Vascular, Cardiac and Cerebral Vascular Function in COPD

The primary cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is smoking, which can lead to inflammation in the lungs and blood vessels that can lead to secondary problems such as blood vessel disease, high blood pressure and heart disease. Aerobic exercise training has been shown to reduce the risk of heart and brain disease; however, it is currently unknown whether exercise training can have the same affect in patients with COPD. The aim of this study is to investigate how eight...

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