Improving the quality of life in individuals fighting pulmonary diseases
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Snoek et al. (2018) found that incremental exercise increased VO2peak and survival in heart failure patients. The researchers showed that low intensity, high frequency training can improve peak oxygen uptake and workload capacity. They improved their hearts strength...
Exercising can provide a therapeutic benefit to individuals with cystic fibrosis (CF) by improving muscular strength, endurance and aerobic capacity. Resistance training causes adaptive changes in skeletal muscle and has shown to increase VO2 max. Increasing skeletal...
Making Fitness Possible for those Fighting Pulmonary ConditionsEveryone has their own routines. Some walk into the gym, do a couple stretches and then hit the weights. Others hop on their favorite cardio machine and get a 20-30-minute session in before they stretch or...
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