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Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines and their association with depressive symptoms in adolescents: Evidence from Bangladesh

Healthy movement behaviours are associated with various physical and mental wellbeing; however, little is known about such associations in low- and middle-income countries. The aim of this study was...

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Reasons and promotion strategies of physical activity constraints in obese/overweight children and adolescents

To explore the reasons for low levels of physical activity in obese/overweight children and adolescents and to propose appropriate strategies to promote their physical activity (PA). This review followed...

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Exertional calf pain at kilometer five – Finding the cause

A 23-year-old professional distance runner with several years of exertional calf pain was diagnosed with a unique mixed type III and functional popliteal artery entrapment syndrome (PAES). Surgical...

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Physically active primary care physicians consult more on physical activity and exercise for patients: A public teaching-hospital study

Physical activity and exercise (PAE) improve quality of life and reduce the effects of chronic diseases. Primary care physicians (PCPs) play an important role to encourage PAE in patients. We aim to...

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Influence of cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition on resting and post-exercise indices of vascular health in young adults

Poor cardiorespiratory fitness may mediate vascular impairments at rest and following an acute bout of exercise in young healthy individuals. This study aimed to compare flow mediated dilation (FMD)...

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Oxygen uptake during the last bouts of exercise incorporated into high-intensity intermittent cross-exercise exceeds the V˙ O2max of the same exercise mode

Oxygen uptake (V˙ O2) was measured during a non-exhaustive high-intensity intermittent cross-exercise (HIICE) protocol consisting of four alternating bouts of 20 ​s running (R) and three bouts of bicycle...

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The missing hydrogen ion, part-2: Where the evidence leads to

The purpose of this manuscript was to present the evidence for why cells do not produce metabolic acids. In addition, evidence that opposes common viewpoints and arguments used to support the cellular...

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Injuries and illness of athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic summer games visiting outside facilities

This study aimed to identify the reasons for transferring athletes to local medical facilities during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Data on 567 injuries and other illnesses of athletes treated at...

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Advancing cancer cachexia diagnosis with -omics technology and exercise as molecular medicine

Muscle atrophy exacerbates disease outcomes and increases mortality, whereas the preservation of skeletal muscle mass and function play pivotal roles in ensuring long-term health and overall quality-of-life....

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Post-operative protein supplementation following orthopaedic surgery: A systematic review

Decreased mechanical loading after orthopaedic surgery predisposes patients to develop muscle atrophy. The purpose of this review was to assess whether the evidence supports oral protein supplementation...

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Origin and age group of the fastest amateur triathletes competing in ‘Ironman Hawaii’ between 2003 and 2019

Little is known about the prevalent nationalities among the best-placed athletes participating in “Ironman Hawaii.” Moreover, the age at which athletes achieve their best performances remains unclear....

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The effect of incline walking on lower extremity and trunk mechanics in older adults

Older adults are at an increased risk of developing knee osteoarthritis. High internal knee abduction moment during daily activities may elevate the risk of knee osteoarthritis. Incline walking exercise...

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Cardiovascular abnormalities of long-COVID syndrome: Pathogenic basis and potential strategy for treatment and rehabilitation

Cardiac injury and sustained cardiovascular abnormalities in long-COVID syndrome, i.e. post-acute sequelae of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have emerged as a debilitating health burden that has...

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Incidence of respiratory infections and SARS-CoV-2 is higher during contact phases in student rugby players – Lessons learnt from COVID-19 risk mitigation strategies–AWARE V

The incidence of acute respiratory infections (ARinf), including SARS-CoV-2, in unvaccinated student rugby players during phases from complete lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic to returning to competition...

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Exploring the role of adipokines in exercise-induced inhibition of tumor growth

The integration of exercise prescriptions into cancer adjuvant therapy presents challenges stemming from the ambiguity surrounding the precise mechanism through which exercise intervention mitigates...

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Myocarditis – A silent killer in athletes: Comparative analysis on the evidence before and after COVID-19 pandemic

Myocarditis is a rare cardiomyocyte inflammatory process, typically caused by viruses, with potentially devastating cardiac sequalae in both competitive athletes and in the general population. Investigation...

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Exploring urban-rural differences in 24-h movement behaviours among tunisian preschoolers: Insights from the SUNRISE study

Little is known about differences in physical activity among children from urban and rural areas in low-to middle-income countries and some previous investigations revealed disparities in physical activity...

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Exercise improves systemic metabolism in a monocrotaline model of pulmonary hypertension

Exercise training in pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) has been gaining popularity with guidelines now recommending it as an important adjunct to medical therapy. Despite improvements in function...

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Influence of puberty on high intensity exercise induced skeletal muscle damage and inflammatory response in sedentary boys

The present investigation examined the influence of age and pubertal transition on magnitude of muscle damage and inflammatory response following high intensity incremental treadmill running till volitional...

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Current knowledge about pyruvate supplementation: A brief review

Pyruvate is a three-carbon ketoacid that occurs naturally in cells. It is produced through enzymatic reactions in the glycolytic pathway and plays a crucial role in energy metabolism. Despite promising...

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Correlation between daily physical activity and intestinal microbiota in perimenopausal women

This study aimed to examine the correlation between daily physical activity levels and gut microbiota during the perimenopausal period. To explore the physiopathological traits of perimenopause women,...

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Exercise and nutrition benefit skeletal muscle: From influence factor and intervention strategy to molecular mechanism

Sarcopenia is a progressive systemic skeletal muscle disease induced by various physiological and pathological factors, including aging, malnutrition, denervation, and cardiovascular diseases, manifesting...

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Exercise snacks and physical fitness in sedentary populations

Physical inactivity remains a pressing global public health concern. Prolonged periods of sedentary behavior have been linked to heightened risks of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular...

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Increases in the incremental exercise mean response time across the steady state domain: Implications for exercise testing & prescription

We hypothesized that slowed oxygen uptake (V˙O2) kinetics for exercise transitions to higher power outputs (PO) within the steady state (SS) domain would increase the mean response time (MRT) with increasing...

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Identification of key genes and signaling pathways based on transcriptomic studies of aerobic and resistance training interventions in sarcopenia in SAMP8 mice

We examined the effects of resistance and aerobic exercise on the gene expression and biometabolic processes of aging skeletal muscle in senescence-accelerated mouse/prone 8 mice, a model of sarcopenia,...

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