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The Effects of Selected Aerobics Training on Time of Fatigue Incidence and Some Physiological Factors in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

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"RESULTS It is observed that The findings showed that 6 weeks of regular interval aerobic training on cycle ergometer, 3 sessions per week, at 60% of HRmax performed under the coach supervision and alongside medical treatment in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and moderate disability (EDSS: 1/5-6) has a positive effect on delaying time of fatigue incidence. The values of the time resting heart rate, blood pressure, fatigue, systole and rest in the dyastol test and posttest experimental and control groups for the mean and standard deviation رجوع شود به تصویر صفحه CONCLUSIONS In conclusion, based on the findings of the present study it could be concluded that short-term interval training in patients with multiple sclerosis(3), has a positive impact on fatigue incidence but has no effect on hemodynamic variables(5)."

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235 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

236 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

cycle‌ ergometer at an intensity corresponding to 60% of‌ HRmax‌ for 6 weeks, 3 sessions per week. Independent t-test level of significance was set at P<0.05. After the intervention, time‌ of‌ fatigue‌ incidence increased significantly in experimental group. But changes in heart‌ rate and blood pressure were not significantly different between two groups.

RESULTS

It is observed that The findings‌ showed‌ that‌ 6 weeks of regular interval aerobic training on cycle ergometer, 3 sessions per‌ week‌, at 60% of HRmax performed under the coach supervision and alongside medical treatment in patients with‌ relapsing‌-remitting‌ multiple sclerosis and moderate disability (EDSS: 1/5-6) has a positive effect on delaying time‌ of‌ fatigue‌ incidence. But this training has no effect on resting heart rate and blood pressure‌.

Table‌ 1. Aerobics‌ exercise program by the time pedal shuffle, repeat, time off, rest sessions per week‌ and‌ the weeks practice.

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Table 2. The values of the‌ time‌ resting‌ heart rate, blood pressure, fatigue, systole and rest in the dyastol test and

posttest‌ experimental‌ and control groups for the mean and standard deviation

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CONCLUSIONS‌

In conclusion, based on the findings of the present study it could be concluded that‌ short‌-term interval training in patients with multiple sclerosis(3), has a positive impact on‌ fatigue‌ incidence‌ but has no effect on hemodynamic variables(5).

237 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

238 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9