Effects of a functional training program on hemodynamic parameters of women with metabolic syndrome
ISPAH ePoster Library. Lopes Dos D. 10/15/18; 225133; 196
Prof. Dr. Daniela Lopes Dos
Prof. Dr. Daniela Lopes Dos
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Abstract Introduction:<\b>
Metabolic syndrome is prevalent worldwide and usually is associated to physical inactivity and obesity. The treatment and prevention involve healthy eating and an active lifestyle. One of the physical training methods that has been gaining attention in the prevention of various diseases is Functional Training, so the purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of a Functional Training Program on hemodynamic parameters of middle-aged women with metabolic syndrome. Methods:<\b>
Seventeen women with a mean age of 49.59 (±5.58) years, body mass of 77.88 (±11.62) kg and waist circumference of 95.88 (±10.67) cm, participated in the study. They all had at least three of the metabolic syndrome components (hypertension, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and central obesity). The training program occurred during 14 weeks with 60-minute sessions, three times a week and was based on the CORE 360° method. Hemodynamic data, such as systolic and diastolic blood pressures, resting heart rate and VO2max were collected at the beginning and at the end of the training period and were statistically analyzed using Student t and Wilcoxon Signed Rank Tests (p<0.05). Results:<\b>
The Functional Training Program significantly reduced diastolic blood pressure (from 82.29±10.28 to 74.82±8.03 mmHg, p≤ 0.002) and reduced in a non-significant manner the other studied variables. Conclusion:<\b>
It was concluded that a 14-week Functional Training Program affects positively the hemodynamic parameters, especially diastolic blood pressure, of women with metabolic syndrome, contributing in the maintenance of good health and quality of life.
Abstract Introduction:<\b>
Metabolic syndrome is prevalent worldwide and usually is associated to physical inactivity and obesity. The treatment and prevention involve healthy eating and an active lifestyle. One of the physical training methods that has been gaining attention in the prevention of various diseases is Functional Training, so the purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of a Functional Training Program on hemodynamic parameters of middle-aged women with metabolic syndrome. Methods:<\b>
Seventeen women with a mean age of 49.59 (±5.58) years, body mass of 77.88 (±11.62) kg and waist circumference of 95.88 (±10.67) cm, participated in the study. They all had at least three of the metabolic syndrome components (hypertension, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and central obesity). The training program occurred during 14 weeks with 60-minute sessions, three times a week and was based on the CORE 360° method. Hemodynamic data, such as systolic and diastolic blood pressures, resting heart rate and VO2max were collected at the beginning and at the end of the training period and were statistically analyzed using Student t and Wilcoxon Signed Rank Tests (p<0.05). Results:<\b>
The Functional Training Program significantly reduced diastolic blood pressure (from 82.29±10.28 to 74.82±8.03 mmHg, p≤ 0.002) and reduced in a non-significant manner the other studied variables. Conclusion:<\b>
It was concluded that a 14-week Functional Training Program affects positively the hemodynamic parameters, especially diastolic blood pressure, of women with metabolic syndrome, contributing in the maintenance of good health and quality of life.
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