短時間高強度循環訓練對中高齡女性身體組成、代謝症候群、下肢肌力及相關血液指標之影響

Translated title of the contribution: Effect of short-term high-intensity circuit training on body composition, metabolic syndrome, lower limb muscular strength and blood parameters in middle-aged women

何松諺, 陳竑廷, 鍾雨純, 王止俞, 劉祐君, 吳慧君

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Abstract

Introduction: The time-efficiency of high intensity circuit training is similar to high intensity interval training. Through self-weight resistance, simple equipment and a limited space, the training can improve metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors. Previous studies in high intensity training, most of the subjects were sedentary or obese. And there were few studies to explore the effect of high intensity circuit training on metabolic index, adiponectin and leptin simultaneously. In addition, the results of related research were still inconsistent. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine the effect of high intensity circuit training on body composition, metabolic syndrome factors, lower limb muscular strength and dynamic stability in middle-aged women. Methods: Forty-one middle-aged women were randomly divided into three groups: high intensity circuit training (HICT), aerobic training group (AT) and control (CON) group. The training performed for 8 weeks and consisted of 3 days per week, 30-45 minutes per session. The pretest and posttest were conduct before and after the training. The data was analyzed by mixed design of two-way ANOVA. Results: In HICT group, the muscle mass, HDL, body fat mass and leptin were significant improvements. And in AT group, the HDL, body weight and leptin were significant improvements. In addition, the lower limb muscular strength extension and flexion at 180∘.s^(-1) in HICT group were significantly higher than CON group. And the dynamic stability was significantly higher in HICT group and AT group than CON group after training. Conclusion: After 8 weeks of training, the high intensity circuit training can significantly improve the muscle mass, body fat mass, HDL, leptin, lower limb power and dynamic stability, and aerobic training can improve body weight, HDL, leptin and dynamic stability in middle-aged women.
Translated title of the contributionEffect of short-term high-intensity circuit training on body composition, metabolic syndrome, lower limb muscular strength and blood parameters in middle-aged women
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)155-168
Number of pages14
Journal體育學報
Volume51
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • interval training
  • bodyweight training
  • lower limb muscular strength
  • metabolic factors

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