Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Bodybuilding after 40 years, The inventory of fixtures (Part 5)

Bodybuilding after 40 years, The inventory of fixtures (Part 5)
Bodybuilding after 40 years, The inventory of fixtures (Part 4)
Bodybuilding after 40 years, The inventory of fixtures (Part 5)
This assessment of the cardiac condition is based on an exercise electrocardiogram, the only method capable of detecting a risk of heart attack, which is the major danger facing a "second-hand athlete". This assessment will be supplemented by blood tests. With these different sources of information, the doctor can determine the possible existence of risk factors.


If this is the case, he may have additional examinations carried out, directed in the direction of the factor in question. If contraindications are respected or, at the very least, if, depending on risk factors, certain moderation requirements adapted to one's current physical condition are accepted, there is no reason for sport to be considered as having dangerous effects.
Bodybuilding after 40 years, The inventory of fixtures (Part 6)


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