International Sport Science Conference , 2012-12-05

Title : ( Effect of 8 Weeks Aerobic Training on Serum Resistin levels and Fat percent in Trained Young Females )

Authors: samira gholamian , Amir Rashid Lamir , Ahmad Ebrahimi Atri , M. Seydolhoseini , M. hesarkushki ,

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Abstract: Objective: Resistin is an adipocyte-derived hormone, which plays a key role in energy homeostasis and metabolism regulation. The aim of this study was to assess the effects of regular aerobic training on serum resistin levels in young females. Methods: Twenty females were randomly divided into the control and the experimental groups. The experimental group performed aerobic training for 8 weeks, 4 sessions in a week, and with the intensity of 70-80 % of maximum heart rate. BMI, fat percentage, and serum resistin levels were measured respectively by ELISA before and after the 8 weeks of training period. Results: Paired t-test results revealed decrease of average BMI and fat percentage before and after training in the experimental group. Serum resistin levels decreased significantly after training in the experimental group. Conclusions: Regular 8 weeks aerobic training in addition to reducing weight, BMI, and fat percentage also reduces serum resistin levels in young Females, which exhibits the reduction of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes risks.

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, Key Words: Aerobic Training, Serum Resistin, Young
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@inproceedings{paperid:1031447,
author = {Gholamian, Samira and Rashid Lamir, Amir and Ebrahimi Atri, Ahmad and M. Seydolhoseini and M. Hesarkushki},
title = {Effect of 8 Weeks Aerobic Training on Serum Resistin levels and Fat percent in Trained Young Females},
booktitle = {International Sport Science Conference},
year = {2012},
location = {Amol, IRAN},
keywords = {Key Words: Aerobic Training; Serum Resistin; Young Female},
}

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%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Effect of 8 Weeks Aerobic Training on Serum Resistin levels and Fat percent in Trained Young Females
%A Gholamian, Samira
%A Rashid Lamir, Amir
%A Ebrahimi Atri, Ahmad
%A M. Seydolhoseini
%A M. Hesarkushki
%J International Sport Science Conference
%D 2012

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