Aichii F, Ridha GM, Gacem H, Kadr D. EFFECTS OF MODERATE RE-ENTRAINMENT PROGRAM ON LOSS WEIGHT IN OBESE WOMEN, in the 1st Congress of Physiology and Integrative Biology (CPBI) and 84th Congress of French Physiological Society (SFP), . Vol 214. 2015th ed. Strasbourg, France : onlinelibrary.wiley ; 2015 :22-92.
Abstract:Introduction: Obesity is one of the factors of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases most incriminated. The management of this factor raises the intervention on the elements that can lead to its in occurrence the sedentary lifestyle. 43 women completed a re-entrainment protocol to a moderate intensity level of the maximum flow rate of oxygen consumption (VO2max). To evaluate the protocol of re-entrainment in moderate intensity.
Material and Methods: 43 women were selected for re-entrainment program. The training areas have been identified following a cardiopulmonary exercise test on a cycle ergometer. The test is starting by increments of 10 Watts / minutes. The training areas of re-entrainment were situated at (40% to 60% of VO2max measured) and personalized for each woman. The protocol includes three training sessions per week; each session lasts at 40 to 60 minutes. The weight measurements, the Body Mass Index and the segmental impedance analysis were made before and after re-entrainment of three weeks.
Results: Before re-entrainment average weight was 102.9 kg it dropped significantly to 100.3 kg (P <0.0001). BMI was 40,1kg / m2 has significantly decreased to 39.1 kg / m2 (P <0.0001). The fall of the fat was significant at the upper and lower limbs (p <0.004). It is not significant in the trunk.
Discussion/Conclusion: The adoption of personalized re-entrainment program to a level of moderate intensity can help solve the problem of excess weight in obese women. This program requires analysis and identification of aerobic fitness training.