The effect of 8-week's anaerobic intermittent exercises on the amount of fibrinogen, CRP and VO 2max in student athletes

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Studies show that a severe exercise leads to changes on the surface of acute phase proteins. In today's industrial society cardiovascular disease is the main cause of death. This study focuses on the effect of 8-week anaerobic intermittent exercises on the amount of fibrinogen, CRP and VO 2max in student athletes. 10 of the university's team members with an average age of 22±3, height of 174±4.2 centimeters, and weight of 66±3.31 kilograms voluntarily participated in this study. The subjects participated in three weekly anaerobic intermittent exercises sessions for a period of 8-week. The fibrinogen, C-reactive protein (CRP) and VO 2max was measured before and after this period. Blood samples were collected before and after training sessions, after 12 hours fasting. The data was analyzed A paired t-test with α≤0.05. Results showed the 8 week of anaerobic intermittent exercises caused a significant decrease in the subjects' fibrinogen and CRP levels and a significant increase in the level of VO 2max. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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Rezaeimanesh, D., Farsani, P. A., & Saidian, S. (2011). The effect of 8-week’s anaerobic intermittent exercises on the amount of fibrinogen, CRP and VO 2max in student athletes. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 30, pp. 2169–2172). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.10.421

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