physical exertion

Summary

Summary: Expenditure of energy during PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. Intensity of exertion may be measured by rate of OXYGEN CONSUMPTION; HEAT produced, or HEART RATE. Perceived exertion, a psychological measure of exertion, is included.

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  1. Winwood Smith H, Franklin C, White C. Low-carbohydrate diet induces metabolic depression: a possible mechanism to conserve glycogen. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2017;313:R347-R356 pubmed publisher
  2. Shimaoka M, Hiruta S, Ono Y, Nonaka H, Hjelm E, Hagberg M. A comparative study of physical work load in Japanese and Swedish nursery school teachers. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol. 1998;77:10-8 pubmed
    ..The physical work load measured in the present study was not sufficient to explain the difference in the magnitude of musculoskeletal problems for nursery school teachers in the two countries, and other factors should now be examined. ..
  3. Iversen E, Røstad V. Low-load ischemic exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis. Clin J Sport Med. 2010;20:218-9 pubmed publisher
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    ..Intake of barley straw by both species was not sufficient to meet maintenance requirements. ..
  6. Hinchcliff K, Reinhart G, Burr J, Schreier C, Swenson R. Metabolizable energy intake and sustained energy expenditure of Alaskan sled dogs during heavy exertion in the cold. Am J Vet Res. 1997;58:1457-62 pubmed
    ..This study validated use of the DLW technique in dogs with exceptionally high energy expenditure associated with prolonged exercise in the cold. ..
  7. Stephens T. Physical activity and mental health in the United States and Canada: evidence from four population surveys. Prev Med. 1988;17:35-47 pubmed
    ..Data on the comparative effects of recreation and housework suggest that quality of time, and not mere energy expenditure, must be taken into account in attempts to explain the psychological benefits of physical activity. ..
  8. Kelly D. Medicine. Irisin, light my fire. Science. 2012;336:42-3 pubmed publisher
  9. Jennings G, Nelson L, Nestel P, Esler M, Korner P, Burton D, et al. The effects of changes in physical activity on major cardiovascular risk factors, hemodynamics, sympathetic function, and glucose utilization in man: a controlled study of four levels of activity. Circulation. 1986;73:30-40 pubmed
    ..The same exercise seven times per week enhances physical performance with little further reduction in cardiovascular risk factors. Exercise is potentially a major nonpharmacologic method of lowering blood pressure. ..

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  1. Reffad A, Mebarkia K, Vieira T, Disselhorst Klug C. Effect of contraction force and knee joint angle on the spatial representation of soleus activity using high-density surface EMG. Biomed Tech (Berl). 2014;59:399-411 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, new parameters have been introduced, helping to analyze the resulting information about the spatial activation pattern in the soleus muscle. ..
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    ..The periods of peak strain might restrict the mobility and independence of persons with SCI, and, therefore, reduce their quality of life. ..
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    ..Both wheelchairs are designed for and distributed in less-resourced settings. The Regency chair significantly outperformed the APDK chair in one of the energy cost assessments on both surfaces and in one of three timed skills tests. ..
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    ..We conclude that elevated Pi/PCr at rest can reflect nonspecific muscle damage in normal and diseased subjects. ..
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    ..The increased trunk and sternocleidomastoid activity and decreased spine flexion observed in the seven participants of this study when lifting with a retracted neck may have the potential to help lower the risk of spine pain/injury. ..
  9. Qin L, Wang Q, Fang Z, Wang T, Yu A, Zhou Y, et al. Effects of Three Commercially Available Sports Drinks on Substrate Metabolism and Subsequent Endurance Performance in a Postprandial State. Nutrients. 2017;9: pubmed publisher
    ..The subsequent exercise performance (as evaluated by TTE) was not influenced by the type of CHO or the addition of PRO in the commercially available sports beverages used in the present study. ..
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    ..25, -3.53; p value = 0.003. Our analysis support existing guidelines that for those who can tolerate it, exercise at higher intensity may offer superior fitness benefits and longer program duration will optimize reductions in HbA1C%. ..
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    ..As the fashion in which upper-body exercise is performed does not seem to influence the inflammatory response, it might be advised to prescribe varied exercise to enhance its enjoyment. ..
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    ..A paradigm to link some of these newer findings is presented. ..
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    ..Analysis of the results indicated that the ingestion of a small or moderate amount of alcohol had no significant effect on heart rate, blood pressure, ventilation, oxygen uptake or work performance. ..
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    ..5 to 2.5 h resulted in a disproportional increase in both histological muscle damage and muscle enzyme release. From the present study it is concluded that muscle enzyme release is not clearly reflected in histological muscle damage. ..
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    ..5 km?hr-1). These findings therefore highlight the importance of accounting for the quantity and magnitude of turns completed when estimating energy expenditure and have significant implications within both sport and health contexts. ..
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    ..In the other horses, the only changes which could be attributed to PLH were seen immediately upon stopping. It seems that PLH does not inhibit gas exchange during exercise unless the lesions are extremely severe. ..
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    ..Cardiac capacity to pump blood is therefore of primary importance as a determinant of increases in VO2max due to training in the horse. ..
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    ..It is concluded that although validation results were found to be quite good, several possible refinements were identified, which should improve the accuracy of the Minnesota LTPA Questionnaire in assessing habitual physical activity. ..
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    ..Controlling for age, the results also demonstrated associations between measures of axial mobility and physical performance. ..
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    ..The establishment of this equilibrium is associated with differentiation. It is hypothesized that loss of the equilibrium between free radical generation and antioxidant defenses results in dysdifferentiation, aging and cancer. ..
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    ..Furthermore, aged myocardium showed greater susceptibility to oxidative stress after heavy exercise. ..
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    ..Pharmacologic response to an oral dose of timolol, unlike that to propranolol, can be predicted from the response to an intravenous dose and reflects its plasma concentration. ..
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    ..Considering accumulated evidence on health benefits of LPA and short-bout MVPA, our findings highlight the potential for the limitation of assessing PA using current PA guidelines. ..
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    ..However, most of the time was spent in MVPA. This suggests that changing the commuting mode from car to E-bike will significantly increase levels of physical activity while commuting. ..
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    ..Subsequently, they were not different from resting values. Differences in the effects of the different training programs could not be detected. ..
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    ..Although preload, afterload, and heart rate were altered by ethanol at rest, myocardial contractility was not impaired even during the afterload stress imposed by isometric exercise. ..
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    ..1 (%SO + %FOG) + 16.4; r = 0.88, P < 0.001]. These results suggest that NO-mediated vasodilation contributes to the BF responses within and among the muscles of the rat's hindquarters during exercise. ..
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    ..These findings indicate that the sprinters and rowers possess elevated buffering capabilities and carnosine levels compared with marathon runners and untrained subjects. ..
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    ..6 +/- 1.3 mM/L during severe exercise vs 0.6 +/- 0.3 mM/L at rest). This increase in lactate was accompanied by a decrease in arterial pH and bicarbonate concentration. ..
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    ..developed complications arising from a combination of severe adverse weather condition, prolonged outdoor physical exertion due to long hours of dancing and drug-use, resulting in heat stroke...
  43. Morel P, Ulbrich P, Gail A. What makes a reach movement effortful? Physical effort discounting supports common minimization principles in decision making and motor control. PLoS Biol. 2017;15:e2001323 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results thereby support the idea that motor control and economic choice are governed by partly overlapping optimization principles. ..
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    ..It was concluded that, in horses, submaximal exercise-induced increases in urine flow and sodium excretion are associated with a concurrent increase in the plasma concentration of atrial natriuretic peptide. ..
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    ..We suggest that VEGF, bFGF, and TGF-beta 1 may be involved in the angiogenic response to exercise and that reduced intracellular PO2 (as occurs during normoxic exercise) may be part of the stimulus to such growth factor production. ..
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    ..The low level of activity in the unexercised fowls of the present study appeared to contribute to these abnormalities. ..
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    ..Steady-state V?o2 cannot properly phenotype abnormal muscle afferent contributions to impaired exercise V?o2 in HF. ..
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    ..These studies indicate that strenuous exercise shortly after a meal has little effect on postprandial gastric secretory or motor function in humans. ..
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    ..We conclude that Wb normally incurred during maximal exercise causes vasoconstriction in locomotor muscles and compromises locomotor muscle perfusion and VO2. ..