Interval training confers greater gains than continuous training in people with heart failure
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Summary of: Wisloff U et al (2007) Superior cardiovascular effect of aerobic interval training versus moderate continuous training in heart failure patients: a randomized study. Circulation 115: 3086–3094. [Prepared by Kylie Hill, CAP Editor.]
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