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Effect of Complex Training on Inflammatory Markers and Homocysteine of Obese Men
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 25, Issue 8,  2015, pp.932-935
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2015.25.8.932
 Title & Authors
Effect of Complex Training on Inflammatory Markers and Homocysteine of Obese Men
Jin, Chan-Ho; Kwak, Yi-Sub;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was the effect of complex training of obese men in their 30s on inflammatory markers and homocysteine, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The subjects consisted of obese men (n=12) with the body fat ratio of 25% or above in their mid 30s who had no medical conditions and can follow the exercise routine required by this study. To achieve the purpose of this study measured the maximum oxygen intake (VO2max) and 1RM of 5 kinds of machine(bench press, lat pull down, arm curl, leg press, squat) as a preliminary test; based on the results, performed 8 weeks complex training (aerobic exercise + weight training); and then analyzed the variation in body composition (body weight, body fat and BMI), blood inflammatory markers (IL-6, TNF-α and CRP), and homocysteine between before and after training. The results exhibited that 8 weeks complex training reduced weight, body fat and BMI significantly (p<0.01) and also reduced inflammatory marker CRP and homocysteine, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, significantly (p<0.05). In conclusion, 8 weeks complex training confirmed the variation in body composition, and this variation has a positive effect on the inflammatory marker and the risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
 Keywords
Complex training;homocysteine;inflammatory marker;obesity;
 Language
Korean
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