Changes in fibrinogen levels, plasma viscosity and insulin resistance after 4 weeks of combined sit-up and walking training
Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9 (4 صفحه - از 71 تا 74)
"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 Changes in fibrinogen levels, plasma viscosity and insulin resistance after 4 weeks of combined sit-up and walking training 1Abbass Ghanbari Niaki, 2Farhad Ahmadi Kani Golzar*, 3Ebad Roohbakhsh, 4Hosein Ramezani 1. Sola and colleagues (2007) showed that the rheological disturbances (fibrinogen and plasma viscosity) seem to be associated with insulin resistance and the metabolic syndrome in obese patients (1). The aim of this study was to assess the effect of 4 weeks of combined analyzed sit-up and walking training with two different volumes on fibrinogen, plasma viscosity and insulin resistance index (HOMA-IR) in college, young men. CONCLUSION In conclusion, 4 weeks of combined sit-up and walking training lead to a reduction fibrinogen and plasma viscosity, but has no remarkable effect on insulin resistance index. Effect of Pyramidal Training on Plasma Lipid Profile and Fibrinogen, and Blood Viscosity of Untrained Young Men. Annals of Applied Sport Science."
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training included 25 types of training for abdominal muscles and the walking intensity was 130-
140 steps per minute. Blood samples were collected before and after 4 weeks (16 sessions) and the levels of fibrinogen, plasma viscosity and HOMA-IR were measured. Data analyzed by two ways ANOVA (Between-group changes) and paired T test.
Compared with the pre-test, both groups demonstrated a significant reduction in body weight over the course of the study (P < 0.05). BMI for the group 2 (30 minute sit-up +15 minute walking) in the post-test decreased significantly compared with the pre-test (P = 0.037). In the post-test fibrinogen levels (P = 0.008) and plasma viscosity (P = 0.008) decreased significantly only in the group 2. Finally, in the post-test, no changes were observed in neither groups in comparison with the pre-test (p > 0.05). The two-way ANOVA showed a significant difference between the two groups only in the levels of fibrinogen (P = 0.024) (Table 1).
Table 1. Changes in fibrinogen, plasma viscosity and HOMA-IR before and after training
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All data are presented as M ± SD; * = significant difference (p<0.05) compare to
pretest; § = significant difference between the groups.
In conclusion, 4 weeks of combined sit-up and walking training lead to a reduction fibrinogen and plasma viscosity, but has no remarkable effect on insulin resistance index. Given that hemorheological disorders involved in several different diseases such as cardiovascular disease have a role, performing this type of training may be beneficial in preventing these diseases (1-5).
1. Sola E, Vaya A, Simo M, Hernandez-Mijares A, Morillas C, Espana F, et al. Fibrinogen, plasma viscosity and blood viscosity in obesity. Relationship with insulin resistance. Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation.
2. Ghanbari-Niaki A, Behzad Khameslo M, Tayebi SM. Effect of Pyramidal Training on Plasma Lipid Profile and
Fibrinogen, and Blood Viscosity of Untrained Young Men. Annals of Applied Sport Science. 2013;1(3):47-56.
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