exercise program


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exercise program

The specifications of the exercises programmed by a NATO commander for a particular calendar year.
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The participants, who had all been diagnosed with metabolic syndrome, were randomized to a 6-month exercise program involving personal counseling, use of a telemonitored activity monitor and regular feedback and consultation with an exercise scientist, or their current lifestyle.
Workers who took part in the exercise program showed significant improvements in their performance on three subscales of the work ability index, including their current work ability, work ability in relation to demands, and mental resources.
An announcement of the names of the winners and prize-winners of the Championship in the individual exercise program in individual subjects and among the teams in the group exercises (five hoops and five ribbons) will take place tomorrow on May 19, on the final day of the competition.
Strong For Life exercise program; Nickel Bingo, 10:15 a.m.
Of these, 329 were randomized to an aerobic and strength exercise program, involving usual care plus four months of supervised exercise and support for ongoing physical activity, and 165 were randomized to usual care.
A combined diet and exercise program resulted in a 45% increased likelihood that obese psoriasis patients would achieve a PASI 50 response at week 16, with a number needed to treat of 7.
Bottom line: A cardiac rehab program is far superior to an in-home exercise program; please make every effort to participate in the program your doctor advised.
2) Exercise program: Calisthenic and aerobic exercises aimed to target all muscle groups using visual biofeedback with music and active video games for 25 minutes.
The "Fujisawa +10 exercise" program is a 10-min body weight exercise program that consists of dynamic and static stretching exercises, knee-ups, squatting or knee extensions, arm circle exercises, and body balance exercises in the standing or sitting positions.
Obese and overweight study participants who combined a thrice-weekly exercise program with a reduced dietary intake (1,100 to 1,200 calories per day) lost more weight on average than participants who either dieted or exercised, and they also had less knee pain, better function, faster walking speed, and better quality of life related to physical health than the exercise-only group.
In a study published online June 26, 2013 in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, researchers discovered that, in patients with MCI, brain regions activated during a memory test showed signs that the neurons functioned better following participation in an exercise program. In the study, two groups of participants--one group with MCI and the other without MCI--engaged in a 12-week exercise program that consisted of walking on a treadmill at moderate intensity.

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