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Training on Depressive Symptoms and Cardiovascular Risk

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Exploring the Effects of Strength Training on Depressive Symptoms and Cardiovascular Risk in Black Men

This study will address a gap in the literature and advance the field of minority men's health. Specifically, it will be the first randomized controlled trial of resistance exercise as a dual intervention for depression symptoms and CVD risk reduction with depressed Black men.

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Behavioral - Exercise

A 12 week resistance exercise curriculum

Behavioral - Health Education

A 12 week health education curriculum

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Exploring the Effects of Strength Training on Depressive Symptoms and Cardiovascular Risk in Black Men

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NCT03107039

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