Heart disease: Nordic walking could help people with the condition – what is it?

According to the researchers, their study is a leading one in the field.

Tasuki Terada of the University of Ottawa, where the research was conducted, said: “No previous study has directly compared the long-term effects of high-intensity interval training, moderate-to-vigorous intensity continuous training and Nordic walking.

“This study is novel in that it simultaneously compared the sustained effects (i.e., 14 weeks after the completion of cardiovascular rehabilitation) of different exercise programs that can readily be incorporated into daily exercise.”


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