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Effects of Aerobic Training, Resistance Training, or Both on Glycemic Control in Type 2Diabetes: A Randomized TrialThe article is a primary, evidence-based source.The question under investigation is todetermine the effects of aerobic training and resistance training combined and alone onhemoglobin A1cvalues in patients with type 2 diabetes.The DARE (Diabetes Aerobic andResistance Exercise) clinical trial was designed to establish the effects of aerobic and resistancetraining alone versus a sedentary control group, and the incremental effects of performing bothtypes of exercise (combined exercise training) versus aerobic or resistance trainingindependently, on glycemic control and other risk factors for cardiovascular disease.Theyhypothesized that the aerobic and resistance training groups would have a greater decrease inhemoglobin A1cvalues and an even greater decrease in the combined exercise training groupoverall when compared to the control group.
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Diabetes,strength training,Weight training,Resistance training