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High-Intensity Interval Training in the Oncology Population

High-Intensity Interval Training in the Oncology Population RESEARCH ROUND-UP High-Intensity Interval Training in the Oncology Population 1 2 Andrew Chongaway, PT, DPT ; Deb Doherty, PT, PhD 1 2 Physical Therapist, Allegheny Health Network, Pittsburgh, PA; and Associate Professor, Oakland University Physical Therapy Program, Rochester, MI Exercise has not always been associated with can- of aerobic exercise supplemented with resistance training cer recovery, though in recent years significant research at least 2 times per week has been recommended. has been conducted on the effects of exercise for persons HIIT can provide an avenue to reach PLWBC who living with and beyond cancer (PLWBC). Research has want to increase their activity levels and physical func- shown significant benefits of exercise, including improve- tion while potentially addressing some barriers to exer- ment in physical and social functions as well as quality cise. There has been an increased focus on research in- of life. At the same time, little to no adverse effects have vestigating the effects of HIIT on cardiorespiratory fitness, been reported. Even with this evidence, the number of and the results have been promising. This is important PLWBC meeting national exercise guidelines is extremely because cardiovascular dysfunction, whether directly or low and the number of PLWBC http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rehabilitation Oncology Wolters Kluwer Health

High-Intensity Interval Training in the Oncology Population

Rehabilitation Oncology , Volume 40 (2) – Apr 15, 2022

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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© 2022 Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy, APTA.
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2168-3808
eISSN
2381-2427
DOI
10.1097/01.reo.0000000000000300
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Abstract

RESEARCH ROUND-UP High-Intensity Interval Training in the Oncology Population 1 2 Andrew Chongaway, PT, DPT ; Deb Doherty, PT, PhD 1 2 Physical Therapist, Allegheny Health Network, Pittsburgh, PA; and Associate Professor, Oakland University Physical Therapy Program, Rochester, MI Exercise has not always been associated with can- of aerobic exercise supplemented with resistance training cer recovery, though in recent years significant research at least 2 times per week has been recommended. has been conducted on the effects of exercise for persons HIIT can provide an avenue to reach PLWBC who living with and beyond cancer (PLWBC). Research has want to increase their activity levels and physical func- shown significant benefits of exercise, including improve- tion while potentially addressing some barriers to exer- ment in physical and social functions as well as quality cise. There has been an increased focus on research in- of life. At the same time, little to no adverse effects have vestigating the effects of HIIT on cardiorespiratory fitness, been reported. Even with this evidence, the number of and the results have been promising. This is important PLWBC meeting national exercise guidelines is extremely because cardiovascular dysfunction, whether directly or low and the number of PLWBC

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Rehabilitation OncologyWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Apr 15, 2022

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