HBE

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HBEHypnotic Brass Ensemble (music group)
HBEHuman Bronchial Epithelial
HBEHis Bundle Electrogram
HBEHuman Behavioral Ecology
HBEHepatitis B Envelope
HBEHornby Bay Exploration Ltd
HBEHeterojunction Barrier Effect
HBEHarris-Benedict Equation
HBEHTML Batch Editor
HBEHard Boiled Egg
HBEHawker Brownlow Education (Australian publisher)
HBEHenry Brothers Electronics, Inc
HBEHis Boy Elroy (band)
HBEHélicoptères Bombardiers d'Eau
HBEHumboldt Builders' Exchange, Inc.
HBEHordaland Bygg og Eiendom (Norway)
HBEHypotensive and/or Bradycardic Events
HBEHundt Business-Engineering (Germany)
HBEHenson, Burdge and Evans (UK)
HBEHaffblood Entertainment (record label)
HBEHouse-Bey Enterprises
HBEHuman Being Extraordinaire
HBEHelmholtz Boundary Elements
HBEHuman-Based Education
HBEHandball d'Echternach
HBEHawai'i Business Express
HBEHome Brew Electronics, Inc.
HBEHigh Build Epoxy
HBEHot Buttered Elvis (band)
HBEHome-Based Exercise
HBEHome-Based Enterprise
HBEHealth Behavior and Education
HBEHomebuyers Education
HBEHouston Black Expo
HBEHome Business Entrepreneur
HBEAlexandria - Alexandria, Egypt (Airport Code)
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Moreover it was also observed from the study that structured home-based exercise programmes showed a significant result on the outcome measures of patients with claudication.
"The prevailing thinking is that supervised treadmill exercise is more effective than home-based exercise for PAD.
HG: the home-based exercise group performed 6 training sessions per week at home throughout the duration of the study (40 weeks).
McDermott, M.D., from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, and colleagues conducted a trial involving patients with PAD who were randomized to either home-based exercise (99 patients) or usual care (101 patients) for nine months.
Referring to similar home-based exercise [20], five times a week for 8 weeks is required to achieve exercise benefits.
The similarity of exercise training variables in this study compares favorably to our recent report comparing men and women who completed a home-based exercise program [19].
The home-based exercise intervention group received a booklet on physical exercises, consisted of stretching and aerobic exercises that could be practiced at home (the booklet is available at www.ims.uerj.br).
Third, feedback resulting from exercise testing has been shown to increase adherence to home-based exercises for people attending cardiac rehabilitation programmes (Ewart et al 1983).
Onur et al (2012) [8] studied the impact of home-based exercise on quality of life of women with primary dysmenorrhea and concluded that there is evidence that exercise has a positive effect in the treatment of dysmenorrhea.
In contrast to clinic and gym-based exercise, community- and home-based exercise does not require special facilities or expensive equipment.
A simple, home-based exercise program could improve balance, flexibility and muscle performance in adults ages 60 to 90, thereby reducing the risk of balance problems and falls, according to a study published in the April 2013 issue of the International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.