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    Heart disease patients benefit from high intensity training

    High-intensity exercise is shown to be protective against coronary heart disease (CHD) and is well known as a popular and time-saving approach to getting fit. But what about people who already have heart disease? Previously, these patients were told to exercise, but only at a moderate intensity to protect their hearts...



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    Re: Heart disease patients benefit from high intensity training

    It seems like high intensity training is good for age - related illnesses like diabetes and heart disease as well. There are studies showing today that bursts of high - intensity activity can get your heart and lungs just as fit, but in less time than traditional activity that you usually give your lungs and heart.




 

 

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