High-intensity interval training for health benefits and care of cardiac diseases - The key to an efficient exercise protocol

Published on Jul 26, 2019in World Journal of Cardiology
· DOI :10.4330/WJC.V11.I7.171
Shigenori Ito1
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High-intensity interval training for health benefits and care of cardiac diseases - The key to an efficient exercise protocol
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