Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020
Articles

EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE WITH NATURAL SUPPLEMENTATION ON LIPID PROFILES AND BODY COMPOSITION IN DESKBOUND WOMAN

Natarajan D
Assistant Director of Physical Education, Tamil Nadu Dr.J.Jayalalithaa Fisheries University, Nagapattinam – 611 002, Tamil Nadu, India.

Published 2020-06-30

Keywords

  • Aerobic exercise,
  • natural supplementation,
  • lipid profiles,
  • body composition

How to Cite

D, N. (2020). EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE WITH NATURAL SUPPLEMENTATION ON LIPID PROFILES AND BODY COMPOSITION IN DESKBOUND WOMAN. International Journal of Physical Education, Health & Sports Sciences, 9(1), 21-30. Retrieved from https://pefijournal.org/index.php/ijpehss/article/view/4

Abstract

Aims: This study was conducted to determine the effect of aerobic exercise with natural supplementation on lipid profiles and body composition in deskbound women.

Materials and methods: Hence 30 obese women (BMI?30, age 30-34) were included in two groups. Aerobic exercise with natural supplementation (AENS; n=15); control group (GCON: n=15). The experimental group underwent their aerobic exercise with natural supplementation (raw onion, Tomatoes, Fenugreek seeds, ginger and garlic). These are in the form of chutney, was given daily as 75 to 100 gm per day for period of 10 weeks for all days. To identify total cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglycerides levels (computerized Robotic semi auto analyzer), venous blood samples were obtained before and 48 to 72 h after last session of protocol. BMI was calculated the (body weight [kg]/height [m2]) and body fat percent was then calculated by using the Siri equation.

Results: In observation, a significant decrease for total cholesterol, LDL, triglycerides, BMI and body fat percentage (P<0.05) and significant increase for HDL (P>0.05) in the GCON after the 10 weeks period was unchanged.

Conclusion: The study revealed a suggested aerobic exercise with natural supplementation training had been an effective beneficial plan for changes in lipid profiles and body composition in obese women. 

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