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The effect of different exercise types on sedentary young women's lipid profile


The effect of different exercise types on sedentary young women's lipid profile



Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 33(3): 469-475



ISSN/ISBN: 1053-8127

PMID: 31561325

DOI: 10.3233/bmr-181323

Individualized exercise programs should be prepared according to duration and intensity. The current study focused on the effect of different types of exercises regularly done for eight weeks on sedentary young women's body components and lipid profile. The sample of the study was composed of 30 sedentary women recruited from Afyon Kocatepe University. The participants were randomly sorted into three groups and received combined exercises (aerobic + resistance exercises), aerobic exercises and cardio tennis exercises three days a week for eight weeks but no dietary program was given. Before and after the exercise programs, participants' body weights, heights, waist and hip circumferences were measured and their body components were analyzed through the bioelectrical impedance method. For the lipid profile analyses, 5 cc. of blood samples were drawn from forearm veins of the participants with the help of health specialists, and a biochemical doctor analyzed lipid profile markers such as total cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL, LDL, and VLDL. It was found that exercises regularly done for eight weeks affected young women's body components considerably while it did not influence their lipid profile. The effect on body components depended on time. No difference was found in terms of exercise type.

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