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Exercise Science 2015;24(3): 253-265. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2015.24.3.253
폐경 전·후 여성의 운동트레이닝 후 체지방률 및 심폐체력 변화 여부에 따른 체력과 대사성 질환 위험요인의 효과 비교
안나영, 김기진
계명대학교
Comparison of training effects on physical fitness and metabolic syndrome-related risk factors according to changes of body fat or cardiopulmonary function after exercise training between pre and post-menopausal middle-aged women
Na-Young Ahn, Ki-Jin Kim
Correspondence  Ki-Jin Kim , Tel: +82-53-580-5256, Fax: +82-54-580-5314, Email: kjk744@kmu.ac.kr
Received: April 22, 2015;  Accepted: July 28, 2015.  Published online: August 30, 2015.
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE:
This study analyzed the differences of training effects on body composition, physical fitness, vascular inflammatory markers, and metabolic syndrome-related risk factors according to responses of body fat or cardiopulmonary function after exercise training between pre and post menopausal women.
METHODS:
Subjects were consisted of 49 middle-aged women as 29 pre-menopausal women and 20 post-menopausal women. Exercise training program included 30 mins of walking and resistance training, 3 days per week, for 6 months. Subjects were divided into pre or post-menopausal group, and Change or No-change of body fat (BF), Change or No-change of cardiopulmonary function (CF) after exercise training.
RESULTS:
In the Change group of BF, pre-menopausal group showed a significant decrease of blood lipid profiles, but post-menopausal group showed no significant decrease. In the Change of CF, pre-menopausal group and post-menopausal group showed a significant change of body composition and physical fitness. Pre-menopausal group showed a significant change of blood concentration of glucose or leptin. Blood lipid profiles showed no significant changes after exercise training in pre and post-menopausal groups.
CONCLUSIONS:
In these results, the decrease of body fat affect to metabolic syndrome-related risk factors after exercise training in pre-menopausal group, however the decrease of body fat or the increase of cardiopulmonary function independently affect to metabolic syndrome-related risk factors. Therefore, we should try to suggest the specific or concrete exercise training program for health promotion in meddle-aged women.
Key words: menopause, %fat, PEI, metabolic syndrome, exercise
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