Scandinavian Congress of Medicine and Science in Sports , 2006-11-08

Title : ( Effect of 8 weeks wrestling techniques-based circuit exercise (wtbce) on plasma lipid andlipoprotein profiles in male elite wrestlers )

Authors: Amir Rashid Lamir , abbas ghanbari -niaki ,

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Abstract Effect of 8 weeks wrestling and wrestling –technique based circuit exercise on plasma lipoprotein profile was examined in 20 well trained senior wrestlers. Subjects randomly were divided in two groups, First group: 6 weeks of wrestling and wrestling–technique based circuit exercise(WTBCE) and control group remained sedentary. Blood samples were taken 48 hour before and after first and last session of exercise training, respectively. cholesterol, HDL,LDL,TG, fasting blood sugar, plasma volume (PV),body weight, BMI, body fat, Maximum power, Fatigue index and Vo2max were measured. significant decrease in fasting blood sugar(FBS) and plasma volume (PV),body weight, BMI,and body fat, significant increase in Maximum power, Fatigue index and Vo2max and no significant change in cholesterol, HDL,LDL and TG, were shown in experimental group and In control group not any of mentioned variables changed significantly. It seems that this type of exercise might be considered as a stimulus for metabolic responses.

Keywords

, wrestling, plasma lipoprotein, plasma
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@inproceedings{paperid:1019113,
author = {Rashid Lamir, Amir and Abbas Ghanbari -niaki},
title = {Effect of 8 weeks wrestling techniques-based circuit exercise (wtbce) on plasma lipid andlipoprotein profiles in male elite wrestlers},
booktitle = {Scandinavian Congress of Medicine and Science in Sports},
year = {2006},
location = {Vierumäki},
keywords = {wrestling-plasma lipoprotein- plasma lipid},
}

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%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Effect of 8 weeks wrestling techniques-based circuit exercise (wtbce) on plasma lipid andlipoprotein profiles in male elite wrestlers
%A Rashid Lamir, Amir
%A Abbas Ghanbari -niaki
%J Scandinavian Congress of Medicine and Science in Sports
%D 2006

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