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aerobic fitness


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Aerobic fitness

Aerobic fitness

aerobic fitness

aerobic fitness

The Association of Aerobic Fitness With Injuries in the Fire Service

Aerobic Fitness Reduces Brain Tissue Loss in Aging Humans

The influence of age and aerobic fitness on chromosomal damage in Austrian institutionalised elderly

Aerobic fitness after JDM—a long-term follow-up study

Aerobic Fitness Is Associated with Inhibitory Control in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

Moderate vs. high exercise intensity: Differential effects on aerobic fitness, cardiomyocyte contractility, and endothelial function

Effect of short-term exercise training on aerobic fitness in patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms

Aerobic Fitness and Intraindividual Reaction Time Variability in Middle and Old Age

Bed Rest Promotes Reductions in Walking Speed, Functional Parameters, and Aerobic Fitness in Older, Healthy Adults

Effect of short-term exercise training on aerobic fitness in patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms: a pilot study

Randomized controlled trial of stroke volume optimization during elective major abdominal surgery in patients stratified by aerobic fitness

High aerobic fitness in late adolescence is associated with a reduced risk of myocardial infarction later in life: a nationwide cohort study in men

Age-Related Decreases in Lymphocyte Protein Kinase C Activity and Translocation Are Reduced by Aerobic Fitness

The efficacy of accumulated short bouts versus single daily bouts of brisk walking in improving aerobic fitness and blood lipid profiles

Effect of supervised aerobic exercise rehabilitation on physical fitness and quality-of-life in survivors of critical illness: an exploratory minimized controlled trial (PIX study)

 

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The ability of the whole body to sustain prolonged, rhythmical activity (such as cycling, running, and swimming) of low to moderate intensity. Such activities use the aerobic system of respiration. They depend on the ability of the lungs and heart to take in and transport adequate amounts of oxygen to the working muscles.

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