Effect of exercise training on cardiometabolic risk markers among sedentary, but metabolically healthy overweight or obese post-menopausal women with elevated blood pressure
Arsenault, B. J., Cote, M., Cartier, A., Lemieux, I., Despres, J. P., Ross, R., Earnest, C. P., Blair, S. N. and Church, T. S., 2009. Effect of exercise training on cardiometabolic risk markers among sedentary, but metabolically healthy overweight or obese post-menopausal women with elevated blood pressure. Atherosclerosis, 207 (2), pp. 530-533.
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OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of exercise training on markers of the lipoprotein-lipid profile and inflammatory markers in post-menopausal overweight/obese women with a moderately elevated systolic blood pressure. METHODS: A total of 267 women [mean body mass index (BMI)=32.0+/-5.7kg/m(2) and mean age=57.3+/-6.6 years] underwent a 6-month exercise intervention program. Exercise training was performed 3-4 times per week at a targeted heart rate corresponding to 50% of the maximal oxygen consumption. RESULTS: Compared to baseline values, mean change in relative VO(2) max (the primary endpoint) was of 1.18+/-2.25mL/minkg (p
|Creators||Arsenault, B. J., Cote, M., Cartier, A., Lemieux, I., Despres, J. P., Ross, R., Earnest, C. P., Blair, S. N. and Church, T. S.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||blood, *therapy, humans, physical fitness, blood, *exercise therapy, metabolism, blood, *sedentary lifestyle, oxygen consumption, weight loss, treatment outcome, *blood pressure, time factors, *prevention &, control, body mass index, blood, prospective studies, risk factors, blood, blood, *therapy, middle aged, waist circumference, blood, female, *postmenopause|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
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