CERG will have a strong presence at this year’s ACSM, so if you’re going to be in San Francisco for the annual meeting next week, be sure to stop by!
Wednesday 30 May:
- 9:30-11am – Ingerid (for Dorthe): Effect Of Exercise Training On The Inflammation Status Among People With Metabolic Syndrome
- 2-3:30pm – Inger-Lise: Feasibility Of Aerobic Interval Training In Cardiac Rehabilitation
- 3:30-5pm – Ingeborg: Cardiovascular Fitness is Associated with Venous Compliance in Healthy Subjects
Thursday 31 May:
- 8-9:30am – Javaid: A Prospective Population Study Of Resting Heart Rate And Peak Oxygen Uptake (the Hunt Study, Norway)
- 9-10am – Arnt Erik: Training Using Single Versus Multiple Intermittent Bouts Of High-intensity Exercise Training Are Equally Effective For Increasing Maximal Oxygen Uptake
- 2-3:30pm – Trine: Total Hemoglobin Mass, Erythrocyte Volume and VO2max in Overweight and Normal Weight Healthy Subjects
- 3:15-5:15pm – Inger-Lise: High-intensity Aerobic Interval Training In Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Matter Of Mode?
Friday 1 June:
- 2-3:30pm – Marcia: Lipotoxicity In Cardiomyocytes: Reversal By Aerobic Training
Saturday 2 June:
- 9:30-11am – Bjarne: Peak Oxygen Uptake And Leisure Time Physical Activity In 4427 Healthy Adults: The Hunt Study
For more information about the presenters and the program, visit the Congress on Exercise is Medicine website.