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US Clinical Trial NCT03527524 – NIH – Jan 5, 2017

Effects of Core Stabilization Exercises With and Without Ball on Pain, Functional Disability and Level of Lumbar Stability in Patients With Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain

For Patient Registries: The participant was screened for inclusion criteria and was asked to sign the informed consent prior to participate. A randomized control trial was performed with participants randomly divided into one of the two treatment g...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01941368 – NIH – Sep 4, 2013

The Effects of β-Hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate Free Acid Gel and High-Intensity Interval Training on Quadriceps Muscle Architecture and Quality, Neuromuscular Economy, and Metabolic Performance in Recreationally Trained Individuals

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US Clinical Trial NCT03796845 – NIH – Jul 3, 2018

Limited Versus No-limited Shoulder Movement in Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast cancer treatment has been accompanying advances in technology, surgeries are more conservative, however postoperative complications are still observed. At early postoperative period, the most common operative wound complications are seroma, i...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03047590 – NIH – Feb 2, 2017

Comparison of Affect-based, Self-selected, and Traditional Exercise Prescriptions

The purpose of this study is to determine if an "affect-based" or "choice-based" exercise prescription is more effective for behavior change than a traditional, "moderate-intensity" exercise prescription. Prior research suggests that "choice-based"...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03903861 – NIH – Mar 29, 2019

Galactose Mediated Glycogen Resynthesis and the Effects on Metabolism During Subsequent Exercise

Lactose, the sugar contained within milk, consists of glucose and galactose. Post-exercise consumption of a carbohydrate mixture containing glucose with galactose has been shown to accelerate liver glycogen repletion as compared to glucose-only prov...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03916991 – NIH – Apr 11, 2019

A Cross-over Study to Investigate the Effect of Hip-focused Neuromuscular Activation Exercise on Foot Posture and Neuromuscular Control

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US Clinical Trial NCT03631394 – NIH – Jun 19, 2018

The Effects of Dietary Nitric Oxide and Anthocyanins on Anaerobic Exercise Performance

A randomized controlled double-blind crossover study with a baseline and two interventions. On day 1 (baseline), all subjects will have a lactate fingerstick measurement before and after the Wingate protocol. A random subsample (1/3 of subjects) wil...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00761163 – NIH – Sep 25, 2008

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US Clinical Trial NCT02154256 – NIH – May 27, 2014

Increasing, Decreasing, and Stable Incentives in a Health App Aggregator Website

Past research has shown that paying people to exercise repeatedly can create exercise habits that last long after cash incentives are removed (Charness and Gneezy, 2009; Acland and Levy, 2013). the investigators' research will examine what kind of i...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03749785 – NIH – Nov 19, 2018

The Effect of Carbohydrate Feeding Frequency on Muscle Glycogen and Exercise Capacity in Runners

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US Clinical Trial NCT03462381 – NIH – Sep 26, 2017

The Impact of Protein Supplementation to Maximize Skeletal Muscle Endurance Training Adaptations in Healthy Young Men

In the proposed study, the effects of protein supplementation after training and before sleep on VO2max and performance will be assessed during 12 weeks endurance exercise training in untrained healthy young men. The ready to drink carbohydrate beve...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03838146 – NIH – Nov 5, 2018

Influence of Maternal Exercise on Infant Skeletal Muscle and Metabolomics

Is offspring skeletal muscle function and metabolism imprinted by regular maternal exercise? What offspring metabolome markers are altered with regular maternal exercise? The investigators will use a randomized design of 160 women to either exercise...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00761553 – NIH – Sep 25, 2008

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US Clinical Trial NCT01774461 – NIH – Jul 9, 2012

Influence of Remote Ischemic Preconditioning on Cardiac Function After Endurance Exercise

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US Clinical Trial NCT03731065 – NIH – Nov 2, 2018

Examining Exogenous Carbohydrate Oxidation From Glucose, Multiple Transportable Carbohydrates and Hydrogel Carbohydrate Drinks During Endurance Running

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US Clinical Trial NCT00498264 – NIH – Jul 9, 2007

Effectiveness of Physical Exercise on Decrease of Pain in Patients With Fibromyalgia:Randomized Clinical Trial

This study will evaluate and compare the effectiveness of a supervised resistance muscular exercise (RME) , walking program (WP)and control group (just observation) in women with FMS during 16 weeks, on decrease of pain. Participants will undergo a...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03348332 – NIH – Nov 16, 2017

Effect of Supervised Exercise During Pregnancy on Maternal and Newborn Intrapartum Health

The aim of this randomized controlled trial was to evaluate the effect of combined exercise (aerobic and strength exercise) on maternal and newborn intrapartum variables.
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US Clinical Trial NCT03211559 – NIH – Oct 19, 2016

Investigating the Effectiveness of Clinical Pilates Exercise When Applied Together With Aerobic Exercise in Patients With Ankylosing Spondylitis

According to the power analyzes 32 patients, who were diagnosed as Ankylosing spondylitis, will be taken to the study. In the first session their spinal mobility, flexibility, dynamic and static balance, back and lower limb muscle strength, pulmonar...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00148538 – NIH – Sep 6, 2005

Type 1 Diabetes Aerobic and Resistance Exercise (T1-DARE)

Background: Type 1 diabetes is characterized by complete or near-complete absence of insulin secretion, generally due to autoimmune disease. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in type 1 diabetes is just as great as in type 2 diabetic individuals of t...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03080636 – NIH – Mar 7, 2017

Sex and Exercise-mode Differences in Post Exercise Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Variability Responses During Workday

Resting blood pressure and heart rate variability are simple and non-invasive methods to evaluate cardiovascular risk after different exercise sessions. Thus, exercise can reduce these risk factors in the short and long term, but these responses can...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02593656 – NIH – Oct 29, 2015

Effects of Frequent, High Quality, Multi-Ingredient Protein Meals and Exercise Training on Hormones, Body Composition, Muscular Performance, and Energy Metabolism in Active Healthy Men and Women

Participants were matched for body weight, body mass index (BMI) and percent body fat (%BF) and then randomly assigned to one of two groups: (1) Isagenix Energy & Performance System at 2.0 g/kg Body Weight per day of protein and combined exercis...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01849978 – NIH – May 6, 2013

Enhancing Exercise in Breast Cancer Survivors

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US Clinical Trial NCT03143868 – NIH – May 2, 2017

Role of Acute Exercise Modality on Appetite Regulation and Energy Intake

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US Clinical Trial NCT02000583 – NIH – Nov 26, 2013

Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Pathophysiology of PreClinical Alzheimer's Disease

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US Clinical Trial NCT02670681 – NIH – Jan 28, 2016

Effects of Different Intensities of Aerobic Exercise on Blood Pressure Levels of Resistant Hypertensive Subjects

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US Clinical Trial NCT00998855 – NIH – Oct 20, 2009

Glucose and Lipid Metabolism in Adolescents

Lean and Obese post pubertal adolescents perform an aerobic exercise program 30 minx4/week at a heart rate corresponding to at least 70% of that obtained at VO2 peak. The exercise program is preceded and followed by a 7 d diet delivered by the metab...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01261884 – NIH – Dec 16, 2010

Exercise Intervention in Pregnancy for Reduction of Blood Pressure in Obese Gravidas

Hypertension affects 5-10 percent of pregnancies, and complications from hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are the third leading cause of maternal death in the United States. Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, including preeclampsia, lead to pre...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02199340 – NIH – Jun 12, 2014

The iStep Study: Development and Validation of an Incremental Exercise Step Test for Children With Cystic Fibrosis

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US Clinical Trial NCT03319030 – NIH – Oct 9, 2017

Evaluating the Impact of Aerobic Exercise in Boys With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)

Recently, the American Academy of Neurology released new guidelines for children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) with an updated recommendation to include moderate aerobic exercise. Historically, children with DMD were advised to not exercise...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03397602 – NIH – Jan 4, 2018

Exercise Training in Patients With Persistent or Permanent Atrial Fibrillation - a Multi-centre Randomized Controlled Trial

Recommended standards of care do not include the prescription of exercise to target and ameliorate the progressive health decline and overall feeling of well-being in patients with atrial fibrillation. Recent Standards for the Provision of Cardiac R...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03029767 – NIH – Jan 20, 2017

Effect of Aerobic and Resistance Exercise on Selected Anthropometric Biochemical and Physiological Variables Among Hypertensive Patients in Hawassa University Referral Hospital, Southern Ethiopia: a Parallel Randomized Controlled Trial

For eligible participants the requirements of the study will be explained and agree voluntarily to undergo the training and testing program. During orientation for each participant the risks, purpose, procedures and confidentiality of the requiremen...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03637985 – NIH – Aug 7, 2018

Exercise and Menopausal Hypertension

The participants were divided randomly according to closed envelop into three equal groups in number: Group A (RE) consisted of twenty women who participated in the resistive exercise program. Group B (AE) group: consisted of twenty women who partic...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01310998 – NIH – Jan 11, 2011

Acute Psychological Effects of High Intensity Exercise in Patients With Schizophrenia

We will examine if there is an acute effect of one high intensity session of physical exercise (4x4 intervals) on psychological variables state mood, state anxiety, well-being and psychological distress. This possible effect will be examined in thre...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01906333 – NIH – Jul 16, 2013

Effects of Acute Elevation of Circulating Fatty Acids on Skeletal Muscle Lipid Accumulation and Metabolism in Healthy Lean Young Men

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US Clinical Trial NCT02924012 – NIH – Oct 3, 2016

Energy Demand in a Video Game Active Session and Potencial to Promove Post Exercise Hypotension in Hypertensive Women

Volunteers: In a previous pilot study, seven women who had systolic blood pressure (SBP) of resting 128.9 ± 9.4 mmHg obtained a reduction to 116.9 ± 7.0 mmHg 60 minutes after a workout with AVG. These data resulted in an effect size of 1.05. Adoptin...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01202682 – NIH – Sep 14, 2010

Heart Rate Changes During Normal Activity, Exercise, and Sleep in Normal Healthy Subjects With and Without Epilepsy

The purpose of this study is to gather ECG data during normal activity, exercise, and sleep from normal subjects with or without well-controlled epilepsy. This normal subject data will serve as "true negative" (i.e., no seizure occurring) challenge...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00989365 – NIH – Oct 2, 2009

Effect of Aerobic Training on Psychosocial Morbidity, Symptoms, Airway Inflammation and Autonomic Modulation in Asthmatic Patients

One-hundred patients with moderate or severe persistent asthma, age ranging from 20 to 50 years-old recruited after a medical consultation. Asthma diagnosis based on GINA1 and patients were under medical treatment for at least 6-months and considere...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02527876 – NIH – Aug 5, 2015

Exercise to Promote Quit Attempts in Young Adults

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how physical activity levels change in young adults when they start a specific exercise program. Physical activity levels will be monitored daily via a FitBit Flex. Outcome measures include number of minutes...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02541136 – NIH – Aug 28, 2015

Neural and Stress Correlates of Resilience in an Exercise-behavioural Programme

Mental disorders are a major cause of long-term disability and are a direct cause of mortality, with approximately 800,000 individuals dying from suicide every year worldwide - a high proportion of them arise from major depressive disorder (MDD). Kn...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02400515 – NIH – Mar 5, 2015

Influence of Regular Exercise and Detraining on Metabolic and Emotional Parameters in Diabetic and Hypertensive Individuals

This quasi-experimental study aim to performed a 12-week training program (3 times/week, 60 minutes per session) which consisted of a supervised moderate aerobic exercise previously determined (50% to 70% of maximal Heart Rate) in women with type 2...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03405649 – NIH – Jan 5, 2018

Active Mother- Active Baby: Resistance Training in Postpartum Women as a Group Class Exercise Intervention With Their Babies.

Research Questions: Maternal: Is a strength training group class (with babies) in postpartum women associated with (I) strength and lean body mass improvement, (II) improvement aerobic capacity, (III) more spontaneous physical activity, (IV) bette...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03222726 – NIH – Jul 18, 2017

Chief of Nephrology, Professor, Shanghai Pudong Hospital,

Research target:To explore exercise intervention in patients with diabetic nephropathy (intervention time for 3 years), the events in the primary end point was observed (double serum creatinine, ESRD dialysis) and secondary events (reduced urinary p...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03981640 – NIH – Jun 4, 2019

Neurovascular Control of Renal Blood Flow During Exercise in Black Adults

Black adults have a greater prevalence of developing cardiovascular and renal disease (CVRD) than white adults. Elevated sympathetic nervous system activity is associated with increased incidence of CVRD. Physical exertion, such as exercise, acutely...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01242735 – NIH – Nov 16, 2010

Testing the Efficacy of an Exercise Intervention for Patients With OCD

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US Clinical Trial NCT00991523 – NIH – Oct 6, 2009

Protein Ingestion Prior to Sleep as a Dietary Strategy to Improve Post-exercise, Overnight Recovery.

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US Clinical Trial NCT01127919 – NIH – May 19, 2010

Training Interventions and Genetics of Exercise Response (TIGER)

Among the greatest public health concerns today is the rapid rise in obesity in the pediatric population, which now exceeds 18% in children (6-11 y) and 17% in adolescents (12-19 y), while obesity among young adults (20-39 y) approaches 30%. Though...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01411605 – NIH – Jul 29, 2011

Influence of Cardio-ventilatory Factors on Exercise Intolerance in Obese Adolescents: Effects of Exercise Training

Physiopathological trial. Expected total enrollment : 20 obese adolescents + 20 control subjects Tested treatment: Exercise training (4 hours per week). Treatment duration: 12 weeks
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US Clinical Trial NCT03376906 – NIH – Feb 20, 2017

The Effects of High Intensity Interval Exercise With 1- and 3- Min Recovery Times in Obese

This study evaluated the effects of the recovery interval duration (1 vs. 3 min) in high intensity interval exercise (HIIE) on the hemodinamics responses in obese individuals. Twelve obese subjects (27 ± 3.8 yrs) were evaluated, who underwent three...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03294642 – NIH – Sep 19, 2017

Ingestion of Potatoes as a Nutritional Strategy to Improve Cycling Time-trial Performance in Endurance Trained Cyclists

The metabolic demands created by endurance activities, which include muscle and liver glycogen depletion as well as losses in body fluids and electrolytes, are significant limitations to the performance potential of the athlete. For this reason, a w...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00741312 – NIH – Aug 22, 2008

Influence of Physical Exercise on Endothelial Function in Pregnant Women: Randomized Clinical Trial

Preeclampsia is a common maternal disease that complicates 5% to 10% of pregnancies and remains as the major cause of maternal and neonatal mortality, especially in developing countries. Cost-effective interventions aimed to prevent the development...
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