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Background Individual variability in traditional cardiovascular risk factor responses to different exercise modalities has not been directly addressed in humans using a randomized cross-over design. Methods Body weight and body mass index, resting blood pressure, blood glucose, insulin and lipids were assessed in 68 healthy untrained adults (26±6 years) who underwent three-months of exercise training targeted at improving cardiopulmonary fitness (endurance) and skeletal muscle function (resistance), separated by three-months washout. Results There were significant increases in weight and body mass index following resistance (+0.8 kg, P
|Issue number||9 September|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2022|
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