Comparative effects of single-mode vs. duration-matched concurrent exercise training on body composition, low-grade inflammation, and glucose regulation in sedentary, overweight, middle-aged men.

Cheyne Donges, Rob Duffield, Kym J Guelfi, Greg C Smith, David Adams, Johann A Edge

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