2009
DOI: 10.1136/bjsm.2009.064816
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Physical fitness and indices of lifestyle-related diseases before and after interval walking training in middle-aged and older males and females

Abstract: VO(2peak) at baseline and changes in response to training were closely linked with indices of LSDs.

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“…Usual walking is not effective enough to increase aerobic capacity and muscle strength, contribute to weight loss, and reduce some risk factors, because of its low-intensity. In a recent study, high-intensity interval walking training was effective in increasing aerobic capacity and muscle strength of knee [20] and improving hyperglycemia, hypertension and obesity [21]. Walking with increased speed brings some effects that are absent in usual walk.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Usual walking is not effective enough to increase aerobic capacity and muscle strength, contribute to weight loss, and reduce some risk factors, because of its low-intensity. In a recent study, high-intensity interval walking training was effective in increasing aerobic capacity and muscle strength of knee [20] and improving hyperglycemia, hypertension and obesity [21]. Walking with increased speed brings some effects that are absent in usual walk.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Para la valoración de los niveles de adiposidad, se utilizaron las técnicas de medición antropométrica recomendadas por la ISAK (Marfell-Jones, Olds, Stewart & Carter, 2006), registrando un total de 20 medidas, entre ellas el Peso Corporal (Báscula SECA 700), Estatura (Estadiómetro portátil WCS-WOOD-Brasil), pliegues cutáneos (Plicómetro CESCORF-Brasil), Diámetros (Calibrador FAGA-S.R.L-Brasil) y Perímetros (Cinta Antropométrica modelo WISO-R88-Brasil). Se calculó el IMC creado por Adolph Quetelet (1.796 -1.874) (Stewart, 2010); los parámetros de sobrepeso y obesidad se establecieron de acuerdo a la Clasificación Internacional de la población adulta de peso insuficiente, sobrepeso y obesidad (WHO, 2006); el ICC, el cual es un índice asociado a la grasa visceral y la grasa intraabdominal, se realizó una prueba sencilla que mide la razón circunferencia de la cintura/cadera, estimándose factor de riesgo alto para los hombres un ICC ≥1,0 y mujeres ≥0,85 (Morikawa et al, 2011); para determinar el %GC, se aplicó la Formula de Yuhasz para sujetos sedentarios mayores de 18 años (Yuhasz, 1977;Ordaz, 2006;Leyk et al, 2006), así: Para la valoración de la aptitud cardiorrespiratoria se aplicó el Test de Rockport -test de la milla (Dolgener, Hensley, Marsh & Fjelstul, 1994;Fenstermaker, Plowman & Looney, 1992), el cual ha sido descrito y validado en varias publicaciones para estimar el VO 2 máx, aplicando la siguiente ecuación:…”
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“…Recently, by using the techniques, we examined the effects of IWT on physical fitness and the indices of lifestyle related diseases (LSD) on 198 men and 468 women aged ∼65 years old [9]. They performed IWT, ∼60 min/day, ∼4 days/week, for 4 months on average.…”
Section: Interval Walking Training (Iwt)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When the subjects were divided equally into 3 groups according toVO 2peak , the score was lower in higherVO 2peak groups. After interval walking training for 4 months, the score decreased asVO 2peak increased in every group [9]. sion equation to estimate VO 2 from VM and theoretical vertical upward speed (Hu, m/min) and downward speed (Hd, m/min) for the last 1 min of each trail as VO 2 = 0.0044 VM + 1.365Hu + 0.553Hd.…”
Section: Three Dimensional Accelerometrymentioning
confidence: 99%
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