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The Effect of 8 Weeks Combined Exercise (Aerobic - Resistance) on Serum IL-18 Levels in Obese Men

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"Results indicated amounts of weight, body fat percentage, BMI, VO2max and serum IL-18 combination of exercise (aerobic - resistance) in the comparison between groups (t-test) and within group (paired t-test) were significantly different (p≤0. Mean changes in serum IL-18 (pico grams per milliliter) in the experimental and control groups after eight weeks of combined exercise (aerobic - resistive) shows significant changes in inter-group comparison (p≤0. Figure 1- comparing the mean change 18 IL- (pico grams per milliliter) in the experimental and control groups after 8 weeks of combined exercise (aerobic-resistance) CONCLUSIONS According to this study, body weight, body fat percentage, BMI and IL-18 following an 8-weeks combined exercise (aerobic - resistance) significantly declined and increased VO2max significantly increased. The results showed that the combination of exercise (aerobic - resistance) for 8 weeks decreased serum levels of IL-18 in the obese men ."

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39 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

40 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

41 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

42 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

duration and type of exercise depends. Mainly‌ the‌ aerobic‌ traning studies pointed out to the declining effect of this exercise on serum levels of‌ IL-18 (3). The results showed that the combination of exercise (aerobic - resistance) for‌ 8 weeks decreased serum levels‌ of‌ IL-18 in the obese men .

Keywords: Cmbined exercise, IL-18, obesity

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