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박성희(순천향대학교) 김철규(충북대학교)

DOI : 10.7587/kjrehn.2019.1

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Purpose: We reviewed the effects of resistance training on obesity index, lipid index, blood pressure, pulse rate, and bone mineral densitometer in middle-aged women. Methods: Randomized, controlled trials lasting 12 weeks investigating the effects of resistance training obesity index, lipid index, blood pressure, and bone densitometer in middle-aged women and published in a peer-reviewed journal up to March 2018 were included. Random- and fixed-effects models were used for analyses, with data reported as weighted means and 95% confidence limits. Results: We included 8 randomized, controlled trials, involving 18 study groups and 335 participants. Overall, resistance training induced a significant low-density lipoprotein reduction [-13.44 (95% CI=-26.71~-0.18)]. No significant effect was observed on other blood lipids, obesity index, blood pressure, pulse rate, and bone mineral density. When study groups were divided according to the period of training, resistance training groups for 24 weeks resulted in a significant decrease in systolic blood pressure [-6.19 (95% CI=-10.95~-1.43 mm Hg)]. Conclusion: This meta-analysis supports the potential of resistance training to reduce the level of low-density lipoprotein in middle-aged women. Based on these results, we suggest the application of comprehensive management strategies such as aerobic exercise, resistance exercise, behavior control, and dietary management to prevent obesity in middle-aged women.

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