First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Meaghan ReckFollow
Cecile Bamberger
Lizzie Sherwood

Mentor/s

Wendy Bjerke

Participation Type

Poster

Abstract

Cardiac rehabilitation programs including aerobic and resistance training improve quality of life, physical function and exercise capacity (average increase of 5.2 ml/kg/min). Resistance training increases muscle strength (from 20% 1-RM to 80%), endurance, and exercise performance.

The acute response during resistance training is an increased blood pressure and heart rate due to higher pressure response. This response is based on load and intensity.The Valsalva maneuver should be avoided as it may increase this response.

Individuals with untreated HTN experienced 5mmHg decrease SBP and 3mmHg decrease DBP.

It is the combination of aerobic exercise with resistance training that is more beneficial for cardiac patients. This allows for increase muscle strength as well as increased cardiorespiratory health.

College and Major available

Exercise Science BS

Location

Digital Commons & West Campus 2nd Floor University Commons

Start Day/Time

4-28-2023 12:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-28-2023 2:00 PM

Students' Information

Meaghan Reck, Exercise Science, Honors Student, 2023

Cecile Bamberger, Exercise Science, Honors Student, 2023

Lizzie Sherwood, Exercise Science, Honors Student, 2023

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Cardiac rehabilitation programs including aerobic and resistance training improve quality of life, physical function and exercise capacity (average increase of 5.2 ml/kg/min). Resistance training increases muscle strength (from 20% 1-RM to 80%), endurance, and exercise performance.

The acute response during resistance training is an increased blood pressure and heart rate due to higher pressure response. This response is based on load and intensity.The Valsalva maneuver should be avoided as it may increase this response.

Individuals with untreated HTN experienced 5mmHg decrease SBP and 3mmHg decrease DBP.

It is the combination of aerobic exercise with resistance training that is more beneficial for cardiac patients. This allows for increase muscle strength as well as increased cardiorespiratory health.

 

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