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Are High-Intensity Exercise Studies Relevant for Generating Public Health Guidelines

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SKU:
827008259694
Author:
Brendon Gurd, Steve Boutcher, Robert Ross, Ian Janssen
Published:
2008
Length:
63 minutes
The (4) presentations form the Select Symposium at the 2012 ACSM annual meeting that explored the differences between engaging in high-intensity versus moderate intensity exercise and whether the outcomes associated with these differences influence health are included on a single DVD. Almost two hours of authoritative information and insights featuring:

Among the topics covered:
  • Mechanisms By Which High-Intensity Exercise Alters Metabolism to a Greater Extent Than Moderate-Intensity Exercise (Brendon Gurd)
  • The Effect of Intermittent High-Intensity Exercise on Clinical Outcomes (Steve Boutcher)
  • Are High-Intensity Exercise Studies Relevant for Generating Public Health Guidelines (Robert Ross)
  • High-Intensity Physical Activity Influences Cardiometabolic Risk Independent of the Physical Activity: Evidence From Population-Based Studies (Ian Janssen)