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The acute effects of moderate intensity circuit weight training on lipid-lipoprotein profiles

The acute effects of moderate intensity circuit weight training on lipid-lipoprotein profiles

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    Subjects:
  • Circuit training -- Physiological aspects,
  • Weight training -- Physiological aspects,
  • Blood lipids,
  • Blood lipoproteins,
  • Blood cholesterol

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Young-Soo Lee.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination126 leaves
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13599048M
    OCLC/WorldCa25771813

    density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C); moderate fat (MF) diets decrease TG and lower HDL-C less. OBJECTIVE: To quantify the magnitude of lipid and lipoprotein responses to MF versus LF choles- terol-lowering weight maintenance diets in subjects with and without diabetes.   Background Aerobic exercise is believed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease partially through increasing serum levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C). However, this effect varies considerably among exercise intervention studies. Methods Electronic database searches of MEDLINE () for randomized controlled trials that examined the effect of exercise training Cited by:

    The Effects of Aerobic Exercise Training on TG and HDL-C Table 4. The Effects of Acute Accumulated Sessions of Exercise on TG attempting to lose weight should accumulate as much as 90 minutes of moderate intensity exercise every day (Brooks et Author: Jason Daniel Wagganer. It is unclear whether elevation from low-intensity (i.e., 30% V ˙ O 2max, walking) to moderate-intensity exercise (i.e., 60% V ˙ O 2max, jogging) further reduces PPTG when energy expenditure is similar (22, 47). Furthermore, investigation of an exercise intensity effect on triglyceride metabolism at in-tensities greater than 50–65% V˙ O.

    This study was designed to investigate the effect of moderate intensity exercise on lipoprotein- lipid profile of Haramaya University community. Both male and female individuals were involved in the study and the study lasted twelve consecutive weeks. Individuals used for the study were Haramaya University community aged eighteen up to thirty years old and free from any impairment or chronic.   OBJECTIVE In type 1 diabetes, small studies have found that resistance exercise (weight lifting) reduces HbA1c. In the current study, we examined the acute impacts of resistance exercise on glycemia during exercise and in the subsequent 24 h compared with aerobic exercise and no exercise. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Twelve physically active individuals with type 1 diabetes Cited by:


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Few studies have examined the acute effects of resistive-type exercise on lipid-lipoprotein profiles. This study examined the acute effects of a single session of circuit weight training (CWT) on plasma lipid-lipoprotein profiles: triglycerides (TG), total cholesterol (TC), high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), and the ratio of TC to : Young-soo Lee.

Get this from a library. The acute effects of moderate intensity circuit weight training on lipid-lipoprotein profiles. [Young-Soo Lee]. Abstract. Graduation date: Few studies have examined the acute effects of\ud resistive-type exercise on lipid-lipoprotein profiles.

This\ud study examined the acute effects of a single session of\ud circuit weight training (CWT) on plasma lipid-lipoprotein\ud profiles: triglycerides (TG), total cholesterol (TC), high\ud density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), low density\ud lipoprotein.

Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. study within 12 weeks of moderate intensity exercise on the effect of lipoprotein- lipid profile. Indeed, the effects of moderate intensity exercise on lipoprotein- lipid profile of Haramaya University community were studied in both males and females as a subject.

Sampling Size. The acute effects of moderate intensity circuit weight training on lipid-lipoprotein profiles by Young-Soo Lee. QP PH MFICHE The relationship between skeletal muscle blood flow and blood lactate concentrations during exercise in rats by Scott W.

Mittelstadt. Effects of high-intensity circuit training, low-intensity circuit training and endurance training on blood pressure and lipoproteins in middle-aged overweight men Antonio Paoli1*, Quirico F Pacelli1, Tatiana Moro1, Giuseppe Marcolin1, Marco Neri2, Giuseppe Battaglia3, Giuseppe Sergi4, Francesco Bolzetta4 and Antonino Bianco3 AbstractCited by: The acute effect of 30 min of moderate exercise on high density lipoprotein cholesterol in untrained middle-aged men.

Authors; Authors and affiliations Madden M, Spennetta T () Total cholesterol and HDL cholesterol changes during acute, moderate intensity exercise in men and women. Metabolism – Google Scholar. Lippi U Cited by: 5. Acute Changes in Lipid, Lipoprotein, Apolipoprotein, and Low-Density Lipoprotein Particle Size After an Endurance Triathlon Stefania Lamon-Fava, Judith R.

McNamara, Harrison W. Farber, Nicholas S. Hill, and Ernst J. Schaefer The effect of an endurance triathlon (mile swim, mile bicycle ride, mile run, in succession) on,Iplasma total cholesterol (TC), triglyceride (TG), high Cited by: Keiner, M, Sander, A, Wirth, K, and Schmidtbleicher, D.

Long-term strength training effects on change-of-direction sprint performance. J Strength Cond Res 28(1): –, —The requirement profiles for sports such as soccer, football, tennis, and rugby demonstrate the importance of strength and speed-strength abilities, in addition to other conditional characteristics.

Conflicting results exist that suggests high intensity exercise and few recommending low to moderate intensity exercise for improving the lipid, lipoprotein levels and blood ore, we aimed at evaluating the effect of exercise on lipid values and blood pressure in sedentary obese individuals and to compare the effects of moderate Cited by: The purpose of the present study was to compare the acute and delayed effects of low- and moderate-intensity exercise on serum lipoprotein concentrations.

Twelve healthy volunteers (five men, seven women), aged 28 (2) years [mean (SEM)], maximal oxygen uptake (O 2max) 48 (3) ml kg −1 min −1 walked on a treadmill for 90 min, on two Cited by: The Acute Effects of Moderate Intensity Circuit Weight Training on Lipid-Lipoprotein Profiles CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION In the past decade a significant amount of research has been devoted to clarifying the relationship between lipids and the incidence of coronary artery disease (CAD).

Although a direct cause and effect relationship between CAD and. Acute EPOC response in women to circuit training and treadmill exercise of matched oxygen consumption Article in European Journal of Applied Physiology 94().

Background. The aim of this study was to determine the physiological effects of an high-intensity circuit training (HICT) on several cardiovascular disease risk factors in healthy, overweight middle-aged subjects, and to compare the effects of HICT to traditional endurance training (ET) and low-intensity circuit training (LICT).Cited by: Nevertheless, there is little information on the effect of aerobic training on HDL-C subfractions in elderly subjects,2Previous reports have noted that high-intensity training may improve HDL-C subfraction profiles.

However, there are no data on the effect of low-intensity endurance training on HDL-C subfractions in elderly by: However, data are sparse in obese women, who might benefit more from the effects of exercise, since they are more likely to have higher TG and lower HDL-C.

PURPOSE: To investigate the acute effects of moderate intensity walking on plasma lipids and lipoproteins of obese Black and White women. Impact of exercise on blood lipids and lipoproteins. the results of articles that addressed the beneficial effects of strength training on PL.

We used articles selected in databases PubMed. Major cardiovascular disorders are being recognized earlier in life. In this study we examined the effects of swimming and soccer training on male adolescent lipid-lipoprotein profiles relative to a maturity matched control group to determine the effects of these exercises on specific cardiovascular risk and anti-risk factors.

Forty five adolescent males ( ± yr) including Cited by: 6. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

The effect of adhesive ankle strapping upon isokinetic strength as measured by use of the Biodex dynamometer [microform] / Author: by Dean K. Wennerberg. Publication info: Format: Thesis/Dissertation, Book, Microform.It was found that change high density lipoprotein was associated with total lean mass and weight, and resistance training was associated with increased lean body mass.

Stoedefalke () studied the effects of exercise training on blood lipids and lipoproteins in children and adolescents.Background: Endurance training (ET) and resistance training (RT) are known to be effective in improving anthropometric/body composition and lipid panel indicators, but there is an evident lack of studies on differential effects of these two forms of physical exercise (PE).

This study aimed to evaluate the differential effects of 8-week ET and RT among young adult women. Methods: Participants Author: Gentiana Beqa Ahmeti, Kemal Idrizovic, Abdulla Elezi, Natasa Zenic, Ljerka Ostojic.