Effects of short-term, medium-term and long-term resistance exercise training on cardiometabolic health outcomes in adults: systematic review with meta-analysis.
|Authors||Ashton, Ruth E, Tew, Garry A, Aning, Jonathan J, Gilbert, Stephen E, Lewis, Liane and Saxton, John M|
To examine the effects of short-term, medium-term and long-term resistance exercise training (RET) on measures of cardiometabolic health in adults. Intervention systematic review. MEDLINE and Cochrane Library databases were searched from inception to February 2018. The search strategy included the following keywords: resistance exercise, strength training and randomised controlled trial. s Randomised controlled trials published in English comparing RET≥2 weeks in duration with a nonexercising control or usual care group. Participants were non-athletic and aged ≥18 years. A total of 173 trials were included. Mediumterm and long-term RET reduced systolic blood pressure (−4.02 (95% CI −5.92 to −2.11) mm Hg, p<0.0001 and −5.08 (−10.04 to –0.13)mm Hg, p=0.04, respectively) and diastolic blood pressure (−1.73 (−2.88 to –0.57)mm Hg, p=0.003 and −4.93 (−8.58 to –1.28)mm Hg, p=0.008, respectively) versus control.
|Keywords||cardiovascular; exercise training; strength training; systematic review|
|Journal||British journal of sports medicine|
|Journal citation||54 (6), pp. 341-348|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2017-098970|
|Web address (URL)||https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/54/6/341.info|
|Publication dates||22 Jun 2018|
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|Deposited||19 Jun 2020|
|Accepted||30 May 2018|
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|Place of publication||England|
|Contributors||Northumbria University, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and University of Strathclyde|
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