Metabolic Syndrome

12 06, 2020

The Relationship Between Lifestyle and Metabolic Syndrome in a Young Adult Population

2020-06-23T14:51:22-06:00June 12th, 2020|Manuscripts: Volume 15 Number 2 Spring 2020|Keywords: , , , , |

Paul B. Nolan1,2, Graeme Carrick-Ranson2,3, Borja del Pozo-Cruz4, James W. Stinear2, Stacey A. Reading2, Lance C. Dalleck1,5. The Relationship Between Lifestyle and Metabolic Syndrome in a Young Adult Population. 1Exercise Science, College of Nursing and Health Science, Flinders University, Adelaide, AU; 2Department of Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Science, The University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ; 3Exercise and Sport Science, School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia, Adelaide, AU; 4Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Faculty of Health Sciences, Australian Catholic University, Sydney, AU; 5High Altitude Exercise Physiology Program, Western Colorado University, Gunnison, CO, USA.

23 07, 2019

Can reduced-exertion, high-intensity interval training combat the deleterious cardiometabolic effects of a sedentary lifestyle?

2019-08-16T07:54:55-06:00July 23rd, 2019|Manuscripts: Volume 14 Number 2 Spring 2019|Keywords: , , , , |

Morgan J. Berryman-Maciel1, Lai Ling Yeung1, Logan Negley1, Christina A. Buchanan1, Lance C. Dalleck1Can reduced-exertion, high-intensity interval training combat the deleterious cardiometabolic effects of a sedentary lifestyle? 1High Altitude Exercise Physiology Program, Western Colorado University, Gunnison, CO, USA.

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