Wideman, Laurie

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The comparison of the effects of lifestyle activity and structured cardiovascular exercise on obesity-related risk factors of African-American women ages 22-55. 2008 2584 The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of lifestyle activity modification (LA) and structured exercise (Cardio) on obesity-related factors in sedentary African American women. Subjects were randomized to a control group, a Cardio group,...
The effects of lifestyle activity modification (LAM) or a structured exercise program on non-traditional cardiovascular risk factors in African-American women 2006 2460 "The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of lifestyle activity modification (LAM) and structured exercise on the non-traditional cardiovascular risk factors C-reactive protein (CRP) and plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1), in seden...
The growth hormone adaptation to short-term sprint exercise training 2012 7116 The response of growth hormone to acute exercise has been shown to be altered by training. The present study examined the time course of GH adaptation to 3-weeks of sprint exercise training on a cycle ergometer. Eight, recreationally active, male sub...
The effect of high-intensity exercise and carbohydrate supplementation on plasma visfatin 2013 2199 Plasma visfatin has been proposed to act as an insulin-mimetic hormone and to enhance glucose uptake. However, research regarding its insulin-like properties has been highly variable. Furthermore, its response to exercise, carbohydrate ingestion, and...
Effect of sleep deprivation on exercise-induced growth hormone release 2014 4089 Growth hormone (GH) is released in a pulsatile fashion from the anterior pituitary gland, with the greatest release occurring during sleep and exercise. Under normal conditions, nocturnal GH release is attenuated during sleep deprivation. Acute sleep...
Neither recurrent hypoglycemia nor chronic aerobic training alter the content of MCTs in the ventromedial hypothalamus 2016 370 Many individuals with diabetes use medications or exercise to control blood glucose concentrations, which can lead to episodes of hypoglycemia. Although chronic hyperglycemia leads to many diabetic complications, hypoglycemia is an acute threat to th...
Evaluation of the validity of the Fit for 90 subjective training load and wellness measures 2017 300 In recent years, athlete monitoring has become increasingly prevalent as professional teams seek to maximize performance and reduce the risk of injury in their athletes (T. J. Gabbett, 2016). In soccer, matches normally represent the highest load pla...
The influence of abnormal sleep durations and physical activity on serum uric acid levels among a sample of adolescents 2019 35 Sleep is a restorative process acting to conserve energy and is a vital component of human health, especially during adolescence. It is recommended that adolescence sleep 8-10 hours a night. Abnormal amounts of sleep, either not enough or too much, a...