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Education in Exercise: Research snapshot for October 2021

Not surprisingly, recently published literature is increasingly containing ideas that are relevant to our health and well-being during this COVID-19 era. Also in this snapshot- gut microbiota, anaemia, Indigenous PA participation and yoga. 

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Chronic Stress, Exercise and Cardiovascular Disease: Placing the Benefits and Risks of Physical Activity into Perspective

Moderate to high intensity activity effectively attenuates the physiology of chronic stress. The relationship of stress, exercise and CVD is reviewed with an emphasis on placing the benefits and risks of physical activity into perspective. 

Understanding the gut microbiota and sarcopenia: a systematic review

Examine the concept of the gut-muscle axis and its potential future role in the prevention and treatment of sarcopenia. 

The role of exercise in rehabilitation of discharged COVID-19 patients

COVID-19 infection can result in multiorgan damage. What are the exercise considerations after acute recovery? 

Forest-bathing and physical activity as weapons against COVID-19: a review

Need a reason to go for a walk in nature? Combine the viral immunity benefits of exercise, alongside biogenic volatile compounds from plants which are known to have immunostimulatory effects. 

Positive Effects of Exercise Intervention without Weight Loss and Dietary Changes in NAFLD-Related Clinical Parameters: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Evidence for exercise changing the physiology of the body, without a focus on changing body size in NAFLD. 

Facilitators and Barriers to Physical Activity and Sport Participation Experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Adults: A Mixed Method Review

Prominent exercise facilitators include support from family, friends, and program staff, and opportunities to connect with community or culture. Prominent barriers include a lack of transport, financial constraints, lack of time, and competing work, family or cultural commitments. 

Effect of Yoga on Blood Pressure in Prehypertension: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Yoga can significantly reduce systolic and diastolic pressure in prehypertensive population. Evidence is limited by a lack of consistency in dosage of yoga asanas and breathing techniques.

Anaemia in Sports: A Narrative Review

Anaemia in athletes is multifactorial and deserves attention for the benefit of the athlete - and their individual health - as well as their performance.