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cardiovascular fitness


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cardiovascular fitness

cardiovascular fitness

Physical activity, physical fitness, and cardiovascular health

Physical Activity, Fitness, and the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Fitness, Body Composition, and Lipoprotein Lipid Metabolism in Older Men

Cardiovascular Fitness and Cognitive Spatial Learning in Rodents and in Humans

Cardiorespiratory Fitness as a Predictor of Nonfatal Cardiovascular Events in Asymptomatic Women and Men

C-37Cardiovascular Fitness, Executive Function and Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Midlife

The intriguing metabolically healthy but obese phenotype: cardiovascular prognosis and role of fitness

Cardiovascular and cognitive fitness at age 18 and risk of early-onset dementia

Fitness in the fit: does physical conditioning affect cardiovascular risk factors in middle-aged marathon runners?

Fitness and Fatness as Predictors of Mortality from All Causes and from Cardiovascular Disease in Men and Women in the Lipid Research Clinics Study

RE: “FITNESS AND FATNESS AS PREDICTORS OF MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES AND FROM CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN MEN AND WOMEN IN THE LIPID RESEARCH CLINICS STUDY”

The predictive value of cardiorespiratory fitness for cardiovascular events in men with various risk profiles: a prospective population-based cohort study

Cardiorespiratory fitness, all-cause mortality, and risk of cardiovascular disease in Trinidadian men—the St James survey

Improving cardiovascular fitness by strength or endurance training in women aged 76–78 years. A population‐based, randomized controlled trial

Cardiorespiratory fitness levels and their association with cardiovascular profile in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a cross-sectional study

A non-exercise testing method for estimating cardiorespiratory fitness: associations with all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in a pooled analysis of eight population-based cohorts

 

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The ability of the heart and blood vessels to supply nutrients and oxygen to tissues (including muscles) during sustained exercise.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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