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Feigenbaum, M.S. and Pollock, M.L. (1999) Prescription of resistance training for health and disease. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31(1), 38-45.

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  • TITLE: Slow movement resistance training in women

    AUTHORS: Shunsuke Yamaji, Shinichi Demura, Narihiro Watanabe, Masanobu Uchiyama

    KEYWORDS: Resistance Training; Growth Hormone; Testosterone; Physical Fitness

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.2 No.10, October 26, 2010

    ABSTRACT: A resistance training protocol of low intensity and short duration allows for increased training frequency and improved compliance. This study aimed to examine the short-term (response of growth hormone (GH) and testosterone after one exercise session) and long-term (change of fitness level and body fat percentage after the exercise period) effects of slow movement resistance training using the individual’s body mass (hiroNARI style training) in adult women and to clarify their subjective sense of training continuity. Nineteen healthy adult women performed hiroNARI style training three times a week for 12 weeks. This protocol consisted of 12 types of exercise for 7 muscle groups. GH and testosterone increased significantly after one exercise session (70% and 23.3%, p