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The effects of exercise, training on body composition and metabolism in men and women

, : The effects of exercise, training on body composition and metabolism in men and women. International Journal of Obesity 15(1): 75-81

To examine whether there are sex-differences in the response of energy balance to physical training, slightly obese men and women participated in the same 3 months physical training programme with the same individual relative intensity. The men became lighter (-2 kg) and leaner (-2.9 kg body fat) and showed decreases in sum of insulin and sum of C-peptide values during an oral glucose tolerance test as well as cholesterol values.

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