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規律運動訓練對代謝症候群個案身體組成、心肺適能與血液生化值成效之探討 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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規律運動訓練對代謝症候群個案身體組成、心肺適能與血液生化值成效之探討. 論文摘要 論文名稱:規律運動訓練對代謝症候群個案身體組成、心肺適能與血 液生化值成效之探討 研究所名稱:臺北醫學大學護理學研究所 研究生姓名:謝長華 畢業時間:九十四學年度第二學期 指導教授:蔡仁貞 臺北醫學大學護理研究所教授 代謝症候群是心血管疾病許多危險因素聚集的現象,近年來許多學者研究發現肥胖及久坐工作生活型態、飲食、基因遺傳、環境因素等可能是導致此症候群的原因。而本研究的目的在探討規律運動訓練對代謝症候群個案身體組成、心肺適能與血液生化值之成效。

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The Effects of Regular Exercise Training on Body Composition, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, and Blood Biochemical Index in Subjects with Metabolic Syndrome

  • Title of Thesis: The Effects of Regular Exercise Training

  • AuthorChang-Hua Hsieh

  • Thesis directed byJen-Chen Tsai, Professor

  • Many scholars researches have found in recent years, the metabolic syndrome is mainly caused by cardiovascular risks factor such as sedentary life style, dietary factors, genetic factors, and environment factors etc.

  • The purpose of this study was set to evaluate effects of regular exercise training on body composition, cardiorespiration fitness, and blood biochemical index in subjects with metabolic syndrome.

  • A quasi-experimental design was used to guide the study. Subjects in this study were metabolic syndrome with age from 18-65. They were chosen from a medical center hospital in Taipei, Taiwan. Subjects were assigned into an exercise or a control group. Complete data are available for 22 subjects in total, with 11 from exercise group and 11 from control group. The exercise group participated in a 12-weeks treadmill exercise program, three times each week, 30 minutes each time. The control group remained their living pattern. Data collected was mainly focusing on subjects personal data chart, blood biochemistry analysis, and exercise test. Data was analysed using percentage, mean, standard deviation, Fishers exact test, Mann-Whitney U test, and Wilcoxon signed ranks test.

  • Results: (1)There is no significant difference in metabolic syndrome research results on subjects educational background, and smoking or drinking habits. However, male subjects waist to hip ratio, VO2 max , and resting diastolic blood pressure are higher than those observed in female subjects. For those subjects who have a regular job, their VO2 max are significantly higher than those who are unemployed . Subjects with better economic status also have higher VO2 max , total cholesterol, and LDL-C levels than . Subjects with family history of cardiovascular disease have fasting plasma sugar that is higher than those who have no family history. (2)After 12 weeks, two groups had significant in their resting systolic blood pressure ( p = .04). However, exercisers have improvement in their waist circumference (p = .003), waist to hip ratio (p = .02), VO2 max (p = .01), resting systolic blood pressure (p = .04), resting diastolic blood pressure (p = .02), and triglycerides (p = .03). (3)After 12 weeks, 4 exercisers (36.4%) no longer had metabolic syndrome.

  • This study has revealed that 12-week moderate to vigorous intensity regular exercise training may help subjectsts minimizing their cardiovascular risk factors of metabolic syndrome.

  • Key words: Metabolic Syndrome, Regular Exercise Training, Body Composition, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Insulin Resistance.

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