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Cardiovascular responses to acute exercise

Cardiovascular responses to acute exercise

A single bout of exercise can greatly change how our organ systems work. In this video, Aine talks about these changes in the cardiovascular system.

From a health perspective, it is the repeated occurrence of these changes, over time, that can prevent or help to treat different diseases.

Consider the changes in the cardiovascular system discussed in this video in response to exercise.

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  • Consider the importance of aerobic exercise intensity (mild, moderate or strenuous) when prescribing exercise to patients.
  • What issues do you need to take into account for different patient populations?
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Exercise Prescription for the Prevention and Treatment of Disease

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