A home- and community-based physical activity program can improve the cardiorespiratory fitness and walking capacity of stroke survivors
Marsden, Dianne Lesley, Dunn, Ashlee, Callister, Robin, McElduff, Patrick, Levi, Christopher Royce, Spratt, Neil James
AExaCTT - Aerobic Exercise and Consecutive Task-specific Training for the upper limb after stroke: protocol for a randomised controlled pilot study
Valkenborghs, Sarah R., Visser, Milanka M., Dunn, Ashlee, Erickson, Kirk I., Nilsson, Michael, Callister, Robin, van Vliet, Paulette
Cardiorespiratory fitness and walking endurance improvements after 12 months of an individualised home and community-based exercise programme for people after stroke
Dunn, Ashlee, Marsden, Dianne L., Barker, Daniel, Van Vliet, Paulette, Spratt, Neil J., Callister, Robin
Characteristics of exercise training interventions to improve cardiorespiratory fitness after stroke: a systematic review with meta-analysis
Marsden, Dianne L., Dunn, Ashlee, Callister, Robin, Levi, Christopher R., Spratt, Neil J.
Exercise capacity is not decreased in children who have undergone lung resection early in life for congenital thoracic malformations compared to healthy age-matched children
Dunn, Ashlee, Pearce, Kasey, Robinson, Paul D., Mattes, Joerg, Callister, Robin, Collison, Adam, Morten, Matthew, Mandaliya, Payal, Platt, Lauren, Dascombe, Ben, Kumar, Rajendra, Selvadurai, Hiran
Independently ambulant, community-dwelling stroke survivors have reduced cardiorespiratory fitness, mobility and knee strength compared to an age- and gendermatched cohort
Dunn, Ashlee, Marsden, Dianne L., Van Vliet, Paulette, Spratt, Neil J., Callister, Robin
Interval circuit training for cardiorespiratory fitness is feasible for people after stroke
Marsden, Dianne L., Dunn, Ashlee, Callister, Robin, McElduff, Patrick, Levi, Christopher R., Spratt, Neil J.
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