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Effectiveness of unsupervised and supervised high intensity physical training in normalizing serum lipids in men with type iv hyperlipoproteinemia



Effectiveness of unsupervised and supervised high intensity physical training in normalizing serum lipids in men with type iv hyperlipoproteinemia



Circulation 57(1): 172-180



The effect of high intensity physical training (HIPT), conducted in an unsupervised (group A) or supervised (group B) setting, was studied in 23 middle aged men with Type IV hyperlipoproteinemia (HLP). Following 10 wk of HIPT intervention, significant metabolic changes were observed such as reduction in fasting triglyceride and insulin levels, but no changes in fasting serum cholesterol or glucagon levels were found. Other favorable results noted included a significant improvement in physical fitness, as measured by increases in aerobic power and a decrease in body fatness with only minimal weight losses. There were no significant differences in results when groups A and B were compared. HIPT may be an effective means of lowering fasting triglyceride and insulin levels in Type IV HLP individuals. Such physical training programs can be conducted in an unsupervised or supervised setting, provided the subjects are highly motivated.

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PMID: 618386

DOI: 10.1161/01.cir.57.1.172


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