The effect of self-control exercises on changes and improvement of lipid profile in children with metabolic syndrome
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1Department of Physical Education & Sport Science, Shahrood University of Technology, Shahrood, Iran
2Department of Sport Science, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran
Abstract
The aim of this study was to investigated effectiveness of 8 weeks of an exercise program with self-control training in free time on changes and improvement of lipid profile in children with metabolic syndrome
In this randomized clinical trial study, twenty-nine overweight or obese Iranian children were randomly assigned to two training groups including under control (n=13) and self control (n=16). Subjects in the both groups carried out same exercise training program three times per week but in different conditions of self or under control. The measurements of lipid profile were taken before and after a 8 weeks of a training program. The measurements of lipid profile were taken before and after a 8 weeks of a training program.
There was significant difference between the LDL and HDL levels and cholesterol levels in self -training group and Results showed a significant difference between LDL and HDL levels and cholesterol levels before and after exercise. Average cholesterol in the pre-test and post-test ratio has fallen
It seems that, based on our results, self-control training at home is effective strategy at least for management changes and improvement of lipid profile in children.
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