- •Moderate interval and continuous aerobic exercise training improve cardiac function.
- •Intense interval training did not induce significant changes in systolic function.
- •Continuous training induces greater increase in baroreflex sensitivity than interval.
- •Only continuous training reversed the tachycardiac reflex impairment in heart failure.
- •Continuous and interval training increased the exercise capacity of heart failure rats.
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