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Effects of interval walking training compared to normal walking training on cognitive function and arterial function in older a

Exercise Physiology
T Okamoto et al.
Used Parameters : Body Composition

Publication Year : 2018

Country : Japan

Journal : Aging Clinical and Experimental Research

Purpose This study investigated whether interval walking training (IWT) improves cognitive function and arterial function in older adults. Methods A total of 68 older adults registered in clinical trials (mean age±standard deviation, 70±4 years) were randomly assigned to two groups: one group performed IWT (n= 34), and the other performed normal walking training (NWT, n= 34). Participants in the IWT group performed five or more sets of low-intensity walking (duration: 3 min per set; peak aerobic capacity for walking: 40%) followed by high …
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