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Archives of Diabetes & Obesity

Research Article(ISSN: 2638-5910)

Effect of Different Methods of Training in Body Composition and Lipid Profile in Occupational Men Volume 2 - Issue 4

Marjiana Ângela Zin1, Gisele Maria Tonin da Costa1, Rodrigo Poderoso de Souza2* and Andrigo Zaar3

  • 1Institute of Educational Development of Alto Uruguay, Getúlio Vargas, Brazil
  • 2Center University Foundation Assis Gurgacz, Brazil
  • 3Faculty of Technology New Palhoça, Florianópolis, Brazil

Received: November 19, 2019   Published: December 02, 2019

Corresponding author: Rodrigo Poderoso de Souza, Center university, Foundation Assis Gurgacz, Brazil

DOI: 10.32474/ADO.2019.02.000143

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Obesity is increasingly present in the population and raises the risk of death from cardiovascular diseases. The objective of this study was to investigate changes in body composition, total cholesterol, LDL, HDL and triglycerides of obese adults. The sample was costituida twelve male volunteers subjected to hold a bone densitometry analysis with body composition (DEXA) and examinations that Inca ram plasma concentrations of total cholesterol, LDL, HDL and triglycerides in the blood. The volunteers were inserted into three training models: Aerobic Training (AeT), Anaerobic Training (AnT) and Concurrent Training (CT). The training period was twelve weeks, with three sessions per week lasting 60 minutes. The AeT group took part in running sessions with cycling sessions. The AnT group performed bodybuilding exercises. The CT group combined the two previous models, with no gap between them. All variables were tested for normality of distribution by the Shapiro- Wilk test. For those who presented normality, the paired teste test was used for comparison before and after training (mean ± standard error). All analyzes were performed by the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 21.0. A significance level of α = 0.05 was used. When comparing the initial and final periods of intervention was observed reductions in variables: total weight, body fat weight and visceral fat weight in all groups. Total cholesterol decreased only in the CT group. Already, the LDL cholesterol decreased in the AnT and CT groups, being that in the CT with greater notoriety. HDL cholesterol increased in all groups, and in the AnT with greater notoriety. The plasma triglyceride concentration decreased only in the AeT and CT groups. The data suggest that the concurrent training is effective for the reduction of obesity when compared to the aerobic and anaerobic methods.marital status, height, habit of taking restaurant food and occupation as responsible factors for the variation in the levels of NCDs.

Keywords: Methods of training; body composition; lipid profile

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