Effect of 8-Weeksinterval power training on Resting Metabolism in Inactive Male Students

Irani, M and Afroundeh, R and Bolboli, L and Seify, F and Shahi, M Effect of 8-Weeksinterval power training on Resting Metabolism in Inactive Male Students. In: First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations, 2,3 May 2019, Ardabil, Iran. (Submitted)

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It is wellknown that obesity has increased worldwide and obesity is a risk factor for several diseases. Inactivity and facility of day-to-day operations are one of the important reasons for the loss of body weight and, in particular, the prevalence of obesity among people in different societies. In the past decade, with the increase in obesity in children, adolescents and adults, attention has been paid to identifying the causes of increased rest metabolism (RMR) and weight loss.Information on Resting Metabolism (RMR) is important for defining a proper nutrition plan, determining a caloric needs, energy balance and weight control. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of eight weeks of interval power training on resting metabolism in inactive students. 22inactive Male students were randomly divided into two groups: interval power training program (21 ± 1.19 years old, n=11) and control (21 ± 11.27 years old, n=11).Interval power training program was performed (3 sessions per week, 4 moves including bench press, high pull, rebound jump and Wingate test, 3 – 5 sets with 30, 40, 60, and 70% 1RM,) for 8 weeks. Before and after the exercise program, the amount of rest metabolism, Respiratory exchange rate and body fat percentage were measured.For statistical analysis, paired t-test was used to evaluate the intra-group differences.Results showed that the amount of resting metabolism increased after 8 weeks of interval power training (from 1841.4 ± 409.7 to 1960 ± 384.4 kcal / day), but this increase wasnot significant (p>0.05).And there was no significant change in the RER (p>0.05). However, theSubjects’ percentage of fat after 8 weeks of interval power training decreased significantly (from 4.33 ± 12.88 to 4.34 ± 11.78%) (P ≤ 0.05). Therefore, it seems interval power training induces an improvement in body composition and subsequently leads to increase in rest metabolism that results in body weight loss.

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Subjects: Divisions > Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Divisions: Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Subjects > Conferences > First International and Third National Conference in Sport Sciences Innovations - May 2019
Date Deposited: 19 Jun 2019 05:58
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2019 05:58
URI: http://repository.uma.ac.ir/id/eprint/7461

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