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Physical activity is recommended because it improves fitness and reduces cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

However, physical exercise may precipitate acute fatalities in both adults and young competitive athletes with concealed or well known heart diseases.

In adults, physical activity can be regarded as a ‘two-edged sword’: vigorous exertion increases the incidence of acute coronary events in individuals who did not exercise regularly, whereas habitual physical activity reduces the overall risk of myocardial infarction and sudden coronary death by preventing development and progression of coronary atherosclerotic lesions.
In adolescents and young adults, competitive sport is associated with a significant increase of the risk of sudden death.

Sports may acts as a trigger of cardiac arrest in those athletes who are affected by silent cardiovascular conditions, mostly cardiomyopathy, premature coronary artery disease, and congenital coronary anomalies, which predispose to life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias during effort.

In our SchwerpunktFit  courses we offer beginners and reconvalescents the opportunity ,without any contractual obligation, under the guidance of experienced sport scientists and under medical supervision to restart an active lifestyle.

After a rehabilitation IRENA our courses for the German Pension Insurance Rhineland insured or self-pay for a period of 6 months, offer to train with us every week. This will include social, medical, psychological and nutritional care.

PDF_symbolFlyer SPFIT   – Further information: see Flyer Prävention   Zum Vorlesen der Seite auf das Lautsprechersymbol klicken (kann bis zu 30 sek bis zum Start dauern) Physical activity is recommended because it improves fitness and reduces cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. However, physical exercise may precipitate acute fatalities in both adults and young competitive athletes with concealed or well known heart diseases. In adults, physical activity can be regarded as a ‘two-edged sword’: vigorous exertion increases the incidence of acute coronary events in individuals who did not exercise regularly, whereas habitual physical activity reduces the overall risk of myocardial infarction and sudden coronary death by preventing development and progression of coronary atherosclerotic lesions. In adolescents and young adults, competitive sport is associated with a significant increase of the risk of sudden death. Sports may acts as a trigger of cardiac arrest in those athletes who are affected by silent cardiovascular conditions, mostly cardiomyopathy, premature coronary artery disease, and congenital coronary anomalies, which predispose to life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias during effort. In our SchwerpunktFit  courses we offer beginners and reconvalescents the opportunity ,without any contractual obligation, under the guidance of experienced sport scientists and under medical supervision to restart an active lifestyle. After a rehabilitation IRENA our courses for the German Pension Insurance Rhineland insured or self-pay for a period of 6 months, offer to train with us every week. This will include social, medical, psychological and nutritional care. Flyer SPFIT   – Further information: see Flyer Prävention

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