Effect of eight weeks' resistance and endurance training on serum levels of vaspin and Anthropometric indicators in obese and overweight young men
Vaspin is one of adipokines that is diverse biological roles with variables of BMI, diabetes and obesity. The goal of this research, Effect of eight weeks' resistance and endurance training on serum levels of vaspin and Anthropometric indicators in obese and overweight young men. Twenty-nine overweight and obese Physically young men (Age 30±5 year and BMI 30±2.5 kg/m2) that had no a history of continuous exercise selected and divided in to 3 groups: resistance, endurance and control. Exercises for eight weeks, three sessions per week. 10 subjects in endurance training group (with intensity of 50% HRmax for 20 minutes and with the gradual increase to 70% HRmax for 30 minutes), 12 subjects in resistance training group (with intensity of 50% and with the gradual increase to 70% of repetition maximum) in the meetings ended, Participated and 7 Person in the control group during the study period did not have any sports activity. Serum levels before and after exercise, vaspin, BMI, Percent body fat and WHR Was calculated. The differences between groups for analyze One-way Anova and for intra-group Paired-Samples T-Test, Post Hoc LSD and by using software SPSS 20 the significance level of α<0.05 is used. Eight weeks of resistance training and endurance, there were significant reductions levels of vaspin and Percent body fat (P<0.05). Endurance training was decreased body weight and body mass index (P<0.05). While the WHR and also the resistance training levels of BMI Significant changes were observed (P>0.05). Well as reviews significantly change between the groups of levels Vaspin in the experimental group compared with the control group (P<0.05). While was not significant changes in anthropometric variables (P>0.05). It seems that exercise training to reduce the Vaspin and anthropometric variables play an effective role in cardiovascular community health and improvement of obesity-related disorders in young men.