Acute Blood Pressure During and Short-Term after Water Aerobics for Hypertensive Women

Luiz Fernando M. Kruel

Roberta Bgeginski

Ana Carolina Kanitz

Stephanie S. Pinto

Bruna P. Almada

Paula Finatto

Cristine L. Alberton

*Corresponding author: Cristine Lima Alberton

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ISSN: 2014-0983

Received: 22 de junio de 2020

Accepted: 14 de enero de 2021

Published: 1 de abril de 2021