Entrenamiento de resistencia a la fuerza muscular en la rehabilitación cardiaca

Susana Hernández García, José Ángel Mustelier Oquendo, Mailín Garriga Reyes

Resumen

ResumenEl entrenamiento de resistencia a la fuerza muscular no fue incluido como parte de las modalidades de ejercicios a realizar en los programas de rehabilitación cardiaca desde sus inicios. La pérdida de masa muscular asociada al envejecimiento y la disminución de la práctica de ejercicio físico, se asocian a la prevalencia de factores de riesgo que favorecen la aparición o empeoramiento de la enfermedad cardiovascular. Cada vez más la comunidad científica aboga por incorporar este tipo de entrenamiento a los programas de rehabilitación y prevención secundaria, lo que hace se necesite un consenso para establecer de forma unánime criterios en cuanto al contenido, elementos metodológicos y de seguridad que permitan su práctica eficaz y segura. 

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