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investigated the training and detraining effects of EMST on respiratory function and voluntary cough in participants with MS with mild to moderate disability and age- and sex-matched healthy individuals [22].
Detraining that occurs due to sickness or injury will compromise the training adaptations and the time to regain these losses may be greater than the time it took to lose them.
The criteria for being considered untrained or sedentary were based on detraining data found in Pollock and Wilmore (1990).
The number of passengers moving through a station during an emergency is clearly much larger than the number of passengers moving through a station during normal operation, as all of the passengers on vehicles from both platforms will be making use of the exit stairs, not just the normal entraining and detraining passengers.
Leptin levels returned to baseline during detraining.
I remember seeing racehorses detraining on to the station platform, then being led through the streets to the racecourse, just over a mile away.
I]n detraining good cause for discovery in the civil suit, a
Detraining is the partial or complete loss of positive adaptations gained from the use of exercise training programs, which begins the moment an exercise paradigm is stopped [12-13].
after detraining from the previous swimming year (transition phase)] and the RMET protocol was initiated after the preliminary session.
The effect of plyometric training followed by detraining and reduced training period on explosive strength in adolescent male basketball.
Training and detraining effects of a combined-strength and aerobic exercise program on blood lipids in patients with coronary artery disease.
If passengers had the possibility of acquiring visas at the cross-border station, this would solve a problem of passenger detraining.
Fast-twitch fibers also retain their ability to produce power much longer, up to six months, during detraining than slow-twitch fibers, which lose their functional aerobic endurance capacity within approximately two weeks of inactivity.
Little is known about how long the effects persist with detraining or whether the duration of benefit is effected by training intensity or amount.