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Auswirkungen eines mehrjährigen Lauftrainings auf Risikofaktoren der koronaren Herzerkrankung

  • H.-C. Heitkamp
  • D. Jeschke
  • J. Bohner
  • M. Eggstein

Summary

One hundred and sixty-five runners and 37 untrained men aged 25 to 35 were followed for 3 years concerning coronary risk factors. The runners showed smaller total numbers of risk factors, but without a correlation to the years of training. Some risk factors occurred more often in runners with a low training frequency than in untrained. A selection process may be responsible. During the control period abnormal values of systolic pressure, HDL-, LDL-lipoproteins and the HDL-/total cholesterol ratio, and oral glucose tolerance showed a tendency for normalization from running. No changes were observed in elevated total cholesterol, triglycerides, uric acid and body weight in runners with a low training frequency and the untrained. Positive effects of medical advice were seen in the reduction of smoking and related positive effects on HDL-cholesterol especially in the untrained.

Effects of Several Years of Running on Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors

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  • H.-C. Heitkamp
  • D. Jeschke
  • J. Bohner
  • M. Eggstein

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