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Chronic Endurance Exercise; too much of a good thing?

Chronic Endurance Exercise; too much of a good thing?

Chronic Endurance Exercise; too much of a good thing?

Ahmed Merghani
Ahmed Merghani
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 19 Apr 2016

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Last updated: 01 Feb 2017

Duration: 0h 30m
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Samantha Plagaro Cowee (12 Dec 2016)
This was excellent, really I treating for a GP in a practice that serves a population full of veteran athletes!

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Lecture from the 2016 BASEM Spring Conference

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The effects of Chronic Endurance Exercise on Cardiac Function in Veteran Athletes
Data presented from the Veteran Athlete's Heart Study and suggestions to how much is too much.
Ahmed Merghani

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Ahmed Merghani
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Graduated from Barts and the London Medical school in 2005 and attained the MRCP in 2008. His research interests are in sports cardiology and the effects of chronic endurance exercise in veterans. He won the Young Investigator of the year prize at the American Heart Association Congress in 2015.

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Samantha Plagaro Cowee (12 Dec 2016)
This was excellent, really I treating for a GP in a practice that serves a population full of veteran athletes!

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