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Elizabeth J. Pekas
February 2020, Volume 27, Issue 2; Menopause. 27(2):199-207, February 2020
Menopause is often accompanied by an age-associated hormonal decline, elevated blood pressure, and poor body composition, and these negative effects on health have been shown to improve following exercise training. The Vascular Research Lab at the University of Nebraska at Omaha revealed for the first time that 12 weeks of resistance band exercise training restores the aging-related hormonal decline while improving blood pressure and body composition in postmenopausal women with stage 1 hypertension.