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Strength Training

Muscle weakness can also be caused or accentuated by deconditioning secondary to disuse. Loss of muscle strength can increase problems with balance, mobility, endurance, and fatigue. Strength training exercises are designed to correct muscle weakness caused by deconditioning. Strengthening exercises seek to improve muscle power and endurance, both of which are necessary for you to perform your daily activities. A physician or physical therapist should assess your need for a strength training program and identify the muscles or muscle groups most in need of attention. In addition, they can help identify the source of weakness and design an appropriate pro Strength training for a person with MS requires the expertise and experience of a therapist who works with neurological conditions. Strength training principles for a person with MS are different from those for orthopedic conditions such as fractures, sprains, or muscle strains. The primary difference is the separation of neurological...

Incorporation of Endurance and Cardiovascular Training

4.6.8.5.1 Endurance vs Strength Training To promote cardiorespiratory adaptations, use of dynamic exercises involving contractions of large muscle groups need be performed over an adequate period with sufficient oxygen or aerobic exercise and under guidelines as set out by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM 1990). A detailed comparison of endurance vs strength training is given in Chap. 9. Newer regimens like circuit resistance training (where the individual goes through a number of stations training both strength and endurance) that de-emphasise the traditional, very brief intervals of heavy muscle strengthening in standard resistance training protocols are gaining in popularity In addition, circuit resistance training also provides supplementary off-season conditioning even for sportsmen and women who demand high levels of strength and power. There will be more discussion in Chaps. 9 and 19 Timing and administration of endurance training and the way to incorporate with...

Hydroxymethylbutyrate

Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB) is a leucine metabolite that has shown anticatabolic actions through inhibiting ubiquitin-proteosome-mediated protein breakdown216 and that may prevent exercise-induced muscle damage.217 It is primarily used by bodybuilders as a supportive measure to induce changes in body composition, and could be a potential dietary supplement for body weight reduction.182 Randomized clinical trials conducted to assess the potential for HMB as an ergogenic aid reported modest effects in reducing fat mass and increasing lean body mass, and no apparent adverse effects (reviewed in references 199 and 218).

The Impact of Physical Activity on Health

With respect to men, the Health Professionals' Follow-up provides important data regarding heart disease and physical activity. This is a cohort study of 44,452 men surveyed every 2 years since 1986. Recent data from this study show that running for 1 hour or more per week conferred a 42 risk reduction of coronary heart disease compared to men who did not run. Weight training for 30 minutes or more per week resulted in a 23 risk reduction, and rowing for 1 hour or more per week resulted in an 18 risk reduction. Intensity of the PA was also associated with a reduced risk, independent of the duration of the activity 11 .

Courtship mating behaviouractivity initiating normal sexual behaviour

Evolutionary psychology attempts to explain the strategies of mating. (24 Its message is not always palatable to modern sensitivities about sexual equality. It is argued that women invest more in their offspring than men,(25) that this investment is a scarce resource that men compete for, and that men can enhance their reproductive strategy by mating frequently. Most men are first visually atttracted to a possible female sexual partner. They look for youthfulness and physical attractiveness in the form of regular features, smooth complexion, optimum stature, and good physique, and they value virginity and chastity. Partner variety is highly desired. Women, however, need to obtain high-quality mates with abundant resources and look for emotional and financial status and security. Clearly the strategies conflict giving rise to different preferences in mate choice and casual sex, and different levels of investment or commitment to relationships. (26)

Determinants of Muscle Size

Men generally have more muscle mass than women, mainly because men produce more testosterone than women. Strength training may increase muscle mass slightly in women however, a common misconception is that strength training will cause women to bulk up. Importantly, strength training will greatly increase muscle strength and reduce the risks for injury. Moreover, women tend to have poor upper body strength and many military tasks require upper body strength.

Intensity of Exercise

Focus on the intensity of your training only after you have perfected your lifting form. The basis of strength training is to gradually increase the amount of weight that you lift during training to ultimately increase the amount of force your muscles are capable of generating. This is called progressively overloading the muscle to achieve gains in strength without causing injury. The following intensity guidelines for general strength gains are for beginners, for people who are restarting their routines after a break, and for people learning new exercises. A long-term strength routine of one to two sets of 12 reps is excellent for maintaining and increasing general strength. In addition, this type of routine only takes about 30 minutes to perform. Once you have developed a solid strength and endurance base (after about eight weeks) you may be interested in pursuing more specific training goals. In general, the following guidelines apply to the various types of strength training goals...

Partial Left Ventriculectomy PLV

The gold standard operation for dilated cardiomyopathy with poor ventricular function has been and remains heart transplantation. Dr. Randas Batista, a heart surgeon in Brazil, developed a new operative strategy based upon his theory that a basic problem with dilated hearts is the lack (or lag) of concomitant muscle hypertrophy which should accompany the increase in diameter. Through examination of many hearts of different sizes and species, both healthy and diseased, he came to realize that there was a constant relationship between size (radius) of the ventricle and muscle mass, regardless of species (mass 4 x radius3). He also found that although total muscle mass increased with dilated hearts, it did not increase in the same ratio as normal hearts, thus leading to a relative lack of muscle mass for that size (radius) of the heart. By sacrificing some muscle, thereby reducing the radius of the heart, the amount of muscle required for that particular radius more closely approximates...

S Evidence statements

No RCTs or CCTs in patients with MS were identified which assessed interventions to treat weakness. Four RCTs assessed interventions for cardiovascular dysfunction. Two trials examined the efficacy of expiratory muscle training vs sham training in patients who were bedridden or wheelchair bound (EDSS score 6.5-9.5). The first trial reported no overall significant improvement in the intervention group, whilst the second trial showed mixed results. Significant beneficial effects were reported for expiratory muscle strength, but not for inspiratory strength.319,320 The third study examined the effectiveness of an aerobic exercise training program. The results indicated positive effects on four out of eleven of the outcome measures assessed, namely aerobic capacity, physical work capacity, isometric strength and skinfold thickness. No effect however was seen on any of the general health indices measured.321 The last trial assessed the use of music therapy with relaxation and diaphragmatic...

Carbohydrates and Athletic Performance

Carbohydrate present in muscle (300 g), liver (90 g), and body fluids (30 g) is the major fuel for physical performance. The ATP stored in muscle cells can only give high-power output for a few seconds. It can be resynthesized anaerobically for a further few seconds (5-8) by using the phosphate from creatinine phosphate. These short, intense bursts of muscular activity are found in sprints (100 meters), track and field events, and sports such as tennis, hockey, football, gymnastics, and weightlifting. If the maximum effort lasts for 30 seconds, then breakdown of muscle glycogen can supply the energy, with buildup of muscle lactic acid. Most physical activity, however, requires an energy source that can power muscles for longer periods. The duration and intensity of exercise determines the mix of fuel used. In resting or light activity, about 60 is from free fatty acids (FFAs) and tri-glycerides in muscles. At moderate levels of activity (approximately 50 of the maximum O 2 uptake),...

The effects of training

Muscles can be increased in size and strength by exercise involving the development of high muscle tensions, such as in isometric exercises or weightlifting. These procedures result in enlargement of the individual fibres in the muscle, including an increase in the quantity of contractile protein in them.

Perry Shen and Shayn Martin

Cachexia results from the inappropriate wasting of skeletal muscle and adipose tissue. This is in contrast to simple starvation, which preferentially depletes fat stores, thus sparing lean muscle mass. The mechanisms driving cancer cachexia are multiple and appear to be a complex interaction between the digestive and immune systems. As the mainstay of treatment for many malignancies remains complete surgical resection, the implications of cachexia on wound healing are significant. An understanding of the pathophysiology of cancer cachexia and the effects of malignancy on wound healing will allow treatment regimens to be devised to combat this difficult aspect of oncologic care.

Obesity and Type2 Diabetes

Strength training on a regular basis may also have a beneficial effect on glucose tolerance 8 . However, such training may not improve maximal oxygen consumption. Thus, strength training should probably be considered an adjunct rather than the primary form of training for persons with type-2 diabetes, since aerobics produces both types of benefit.

Changes in Metabolism and Body Composition

The loss of muscle mass as you age is directly responsible for the decline in BMR. Muscle is metabolically active, which means that it requires a set number of kcals each day to maintain its mass. On average, people begin to lose some muscle mass after the age of 35 years. This results in fewer metabolic demands and less total daily kcal requirements. However, the amount of muscle mass that you lose is dependent upon how much physical activity you perform as you age, particularly activities that require muscle strength such as strength training. By engaging in strength training exercises you will preserve and possibly gain muscle mass, leading to a 10 to 15 boost in your BMR

Piriformis Syndrome Description

Radiating Pain

Hypertrophy or aberrant fibrous bands of the piri-formis muscle could theoretically compress the sciatic nerve or any branch within the muscle belly.53,56 Hypertrophy may be due to increased strain on the hip abductors such as from abnormal gait mechanics or increased lumbar lordosis.44 Other possible causes for piriformis muscle hypertrophy may include repetitive exercise-induced trauma and from chronic low-energy trauma as a result of sitting on a hard surface for extended periods.

T Kevin Robinson And Karen M Griffin

Inferior Glides Hip

Muscle-toning exercises are performed within the first week after surgery. These exercises require progression dependent on the patient's tolerance but should not be overly aggressive. Isometric exercises are the simplest and least likely to aggravate underlying joint symptoms these include isometric sets for the gluteals, quadriceps, hamstrings, adductor and abductor muscle groups, and lower abdominals. Addi-

Principles of Sports Rehabilitation

9.3.5 Physiological Adaptations to Prolonged Strength Training 231 9.3.8 Use of Circuit Resistance Training 232 A separate discussion has been included of the hot topic in sports medicine circles concerning the compatibility of simultaneous endurance and strength training for professional athletes There has been much controversy among sports and athletic trainers as regards the compatibility of concomitant endurance vs strength training in high performance professional athletes 9.3.5 Physiological Adaptations to Prolonged Strength Training In response to resistance and strength training, there is mainly muscle hypertrophy and the muscle cross-sectional area increases of both slow- and fast-twitch muscle fibres depending on the training protocol. Slow-twitch fibres hypertrophy more with high-volume, low-intensity training fast-twitch fibres hypertrophy more with low volume, high-intensity training Loss of aerobic power can occur by the decrease in mitochondrial density as muscle...

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Studies which showed chromium improved muscle mass during strength training. Many well-controlled studies have been done in this area and have shown less promising results. In addition, there is no data to support the claim that chromium picolinate improves weight loss. More research is needed. While prescription medications undergo rigorous testing before approval, nutritional supplements do not. If the nutritional claim sounds too good to be true, it probably is

Functional Electrical Stimulation

The proposed mechanism of action is alteration of lower urinary tract function by stimulation of the sacral auto-nomic or somatic nerves. There may also be a direct stimulatory effect on pelvic floor muscles and sphincters causing muscular hypertrophy and a change from fast-twitch to slow-twitch fiber types, which can maintain muscle tone more effectively.

Various Types of Physical Activity

Leisure-time physical activity is typically defined as total weekly energy expenditure as expressed in metabolic equivalent-hours (MET-h), with 1 MET-h equal to sitting in a chair for 1 hour. Moderate activity (6 MET-h) includes jogging, biking, swimming laps, racquetball, and rowing 25 .

Muscle protein synthesis and breakdown

The balance between protein synthesis and breakdown in muscle is influenced by energy balance and exercise. A negative energy balance favors the loss of both fat body mass and lean body mass. Resistance training favors a net increase of lean body mass provided that the individual is at energy balance, so that diet is supporting the exercise she he is performing. In fact, it has been pointed out that nutritional interventions in athletes may have their biggest impact on performance by supporting consistent intensive training and thus promoting the physiological and biochemical adaptations that will, in turn, lead to muscle hypertrophy and improved performance.75 There is some evidence that a high protein intake may favor a preferential loss of fat versus lean body mass during weight loss, by favoring muscle protein deposition, among other mechanisms (see Section 4.5.2). Likewise, there is some evidence that protein intake shortly after resistance training may facilitate...

Safety Considerations

Coronary heart disease, as in non-diabetic patients with heart disease, exercise may theoretically precipitate angina, myocardial infarction, arrhythmias or even sudden death. As with other patients with coronary heart disease, physical activity is contraindicated in the presence of unstable angina. High intensity aerobic exercise and isometric exercise are contraindicated in the patient with proliferative retinopathy because of an increased risk of developing retinal or vitreous hemorrhages and retinal detachment. However, moderate intensity aerobic exercise, such as walking, is an acceptable modality of treatment. Patients with peripheral neuropathy should not engage in exercise which may traumatize the insensitive foot (such as jogging). In addition, properly fitted footwear and checking of the feet for injury after exercise are recommended precautions. Data evaluating the potential problem of exercise-induced hypo-glycemia in type-2 diabetes patients taking oral agents or insulin...

Horney Aging and Personality Disorders

As noted earlier, Horney's neurotic types are now best described as personality disorders. She did not directly address changes as a function of aging in her three personality types or three personality dimensions. However, she did address the interpersonal issue of aging for the two sexes and thought that women suffered more greatly than men as a function of aging because of a cultural bias toward the erotic attractiveness associated with youth-fulness. She thought men who were frightened and depressed by the prospects of becoming middle aged could be considered abnormal, because that was an unusual response compared to men's typical responses to middle age. However, for women, she felt it was a more common response because of society's emphasis on youthful physical attractiveness Horney found this natural outcome abhorrent and that an age-phobia was pathetic. In women, it was even more pernicious for two reasons First, aging fears in women stifle their development when they are...

Cellular Theories

In 1841, Robert Remak (1815-1865) described the phenomenon of cell division in chick embryos and in muscle development. Between 1850 and 1855, he extended these observations to embryonic development and proposed that tumor cells arose by cell formation from existing specific tissues Remak 1852, 1855 . Like Giovanni Morgagni, who had performed the first autopsy in 1761 and had correlated illness to macroscopic pathology, Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902) correlated illness to microscopic pathology. After initial skepticism, Virchow acknowledged Remak's evidence for cell division. In 1858, he gave a series of 20 lectures to a group of physicians at the Institute of Pathology in Berlin, in which he summarized his experience in microscopic anatomy of tissues with special attention to those deviating from the healthy condition Virchow 1858 . According to Virchow's dictum omnis cellula e cellule cells of diseased tissues are derived from normal tissues, implying that...

General Conclusions

15km wk (Campisi et al., 2003c Greenwood et al., 2003a). Nearly 100 of their running occurs during the dark part of their circadian cycle (Solberg, 1999). This level of activity produces physiological changes that are indicative of metabolic fitness. In some rat strains, wheel running reduces body weight gain (Noble et al., 1999), body fatness (Podolin, 1999), triglycerides concentrations (Suzuki, 1995) and increases lipid metabolism (Podolin, 1999), HDL LDL ratio (Kennedy et al., 2005a), muscular hypertrophy triceps and plantaris (Ishihara et al., 1998) , red blood cell hemoglobin content (Kennedy et al., 2005a), and endurance.

Benefits Of Activity

When walking than non-obese, suggesting that this moderate intensity activity is actually more intense for the obese due to the greater relative oxygen cost of walking (78). In addition, the myriad of macrovascular and microvascular complications associated with diabetes may increase discomfort during activity and limit endurance and flexibility (71). Patients with proliferative retinopathy or hypertension, for example, should avoid resistance training and high-intensity exercises and those with peripheral neuropathy are advised to pursue activities such as swimming, where the ankle and foot are not under stress. Advice regarding appropriate footwear, foot inspection and adequate hydration should be given and those at risk of hypoglycaemia should take care to adjust insulin doses and consume sufficient carbohydrates (79). The emergence of exercise referral schemes may be an important development for the treatment of obesity in Type 2 diabetes (1).

Pessary Care

Although the pessary can initially be effective in reduction of the prolapse, with further weakening of the pelvic floor caused by continued progression of pelvic floor neuropathy as well as an increase in the vaginal hiatus, or decreased vaginal hiatus diameter due to levator muscle hypertrophy the size and type of pessary may need to be changed. Pessary size may also need to be changed over time because of patient weight loss. For those patients who are able to easily remove and place the pessary themselves, follow-up with the clinician should occur every 6 months to assure proper fit and placement. Following is a list of recommended care procedures the patient who cannot self-care for the pessary must be seen by the clinician on a regular basis. Pessary care recommendations should be followed closely for safe long-term use.

Physical Fitness

Physical fitness includes activities that will improve your strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance. It is divided into the following components cardiorespiratory endurance, which is the ability of your heart and lungs to transport oxygen through your body and is commonly referred to as aerobics-, muscular strength and endurance, which is the ability of your muscles to lift objects such as weights or groceries, and also helps you maintain good sitting posture if you use a wheelchair or better standing balance- flexibility, which is the ability of your muscles and tendons to move your joints through various angles and ranges, and balance, which involves your ability to maintain your center of gravity in a position that does not risk a fall. Depending on your condition, each of these components will require a greater or lesser amount of your attention. For example, someone with poor balance will have to spend more time performing exercises that will help maintain or improve...

Pathophysiology

In addition to airway obstruction, cardinal features of asthma include inflammation and hyperreactivity of the airway. In contrast to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (emphysema and chronic bronchitis), the airway obstruction associated with asthma is generally reversible. However, severe long-standing asthma changes the architecture of the airway. These changes, including smooth muscle hypertrophy and bronchofibrosis, can lead to an irreversible decrement in pulmonary function. These structural changes are limited to the airways. The lung parenchyma is generally spared.

Equipment

Strength training requires minimal personal gear weights, a pair of supportive shoes, and lifting gloves. A weight lifting belt is only recommended during maximal or near maximal lifts, and is not recommended at all for exercises that do not stress the back. This is because the belt takes over the role of the abdominal muscles in stabilizing the torso, preventing the strengthening of the abdominal muscles. Though this chapter focuses on resistance machines and free weights, resistance for strength training can come from a variety of sources. Other exercise techniques and equipment available for strength training when space and equipment may be limited are outlined in Chapters 8 and 10.

Protein Needs

One of the most common myths is that eating high-protein diets and protein supplements leads to bigger muscles. Clearly, this is not the case Muscle is only 20 proteins the rest is For these reasons, avoid protein powder drinks that provide excessive amounts of proteins or selected amino acids. Supplements can be very expensive, dangerous to your health, and they are quite unnecessary. Spend your money on a variety of foods for a balanced diet that will sufficiently meet your protein needs. Exercise to gain muscle

Physical Activity

The second topic listed on the You were made for motion page is lifting light weights. On any given day, an obese patient who weighs the same as Arnold Schwarzenegger and eats the same number of calories might gain weight in terms of unused calories stored as fatty tissue while Arnold Schwarzenegger's weight stays the same. The difference between the two individuals is that the body weight of the obese patient is mostly composed of filled adipocytes, which utilize about 2 calories per pound of fat in 24 hours. On the other hand, a pound of muscle metabolically consumes about 20 calories per pound in 24 hours. Mr Schwarzenegger's muscular development metabolically enables him to consume more calories without gaining weight. Therefore, if physically able, Dave is encouraged to use light weights or go to a gym and receive personal instruction on how to exercise large muscle groups as a way to increase metabolism and to lose weight. The few minutes the physician has to introduce physical...

Cardiac

Some conditions, such as isometric exercise, pregnancy, labor, and delivery, and viral infections have been reported to precipitate cardiac decompensation following therapy with anthracyclines (Lipshultz et al. 1995). Close follow-up and monitoring of cardiac function is essential for patients who received an-thracyclines with or without chest irradiation during their cancer treatment.

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