exercise intensity

'exercise intensity' can also refer to...

exercise intensity

exercise intensity

Maximal intensity exercise

Maximal intensity exercise

intensity of exercise

intensity of exercise

Maximal intensity exercise and strength training

Exercise Intensity and Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly The Cardiovascular Health Study

The Effects of Music Preference and Exercise Intensity on Psychological Variables

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

Effects of Moderate-Intensity Exercise on Physiological, Behavioral, and Emotional Responses to Family Caregiving A Randomized Controlled Trial

Muscle Protein Synthetic Responses to Exercise: Effects of Age, Volume, and Intensity

Differential Effectiveness of Low-Intensity Exercise in Young and Old Rats

Low-Intensity Exercise and Reduction of the Risk for Falls Among At-Risk Elders

Benefits of a Low Intensity Exercise Programme for Elderly Patients in Continuing Care

A DIGE proteomic analysis for high-intensity exercise-trained rat skeletal muscle

Moderate Intensity, but Not High Intensity, Treadmill Exercise Training Alters Power Output Properties in Myocardium From Aged Rats

The effects of a low-to-moderate intensity pre-conditioning exercise programme linked with exercise counselling for sedentary haemodialysis patients in The Netherlands: results of a randomized clinical trial

High intensity, interval exercise improves quality of life of patients with chronic heart failure: a randomized controlled trial


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A specific level of muscular activity that can be quantified, for example, in terms of power output (work done or energy expended per unit time), forces resisted (e.g. free weights lifted per unit time), the amount and duration an isometric force is sustained, or the velocity of progression. See also intensity of training.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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