Biomedical Research

Research Article - Biomedical Research (2017) Volume 0, Issue 0

Impacts of long-term aerobic exercise on the blood sugar, blood fat, and bodyweight of obese adolescents

Objective: This research was aimed to investigate the effects of long-term aerobic exercise on the blood sugar, blood fat, and bodyweight of the obese adolescents.

Methods: The study involved 120 obese adolescents with irregular exercise and body fat over 30%. After entering the camp, all participants had to receive five weeks’ closed nutrient and exercise interventions. They took two hours’ aerobic exercise every morning and afternoon respectively, six days a week. And they need get 10 min warm-up before exercise and 15 min cool-down after it.

Results: After five weeks aerobic exercise, the heterosexual participants got some weight loss; their blood sugar indexes also reduced, and their abnormal blood sugar returned to the normal level.

Conclusion: Long-term aerobic exercise can validly decrease blood sugar and the risk of diabetes; meanwhile, it also plays a positive role in abating blood fat level of the obese teenagers.

Author(s): Wenchao Ma

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