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Effects of 12 weeks Combined exercise on Physical fitness, Irisin and BNDF in White-collar woman workers
KIM IK SOO, Tae-Woo Kim, , Young-Jin Ahn, Ki-Sung Lee, Jung-San Lee, Jeong-Min Park, Jin-Ho Yang, Hyun-Ji Son, Seong-Kwon Kim, Chang-Hyun Jang
Sunmoon University, 아산, Korea
Correspondence  Chang-Hyun Jang , Tel: 041-530-2775, Fax: 041-530-2796, Email: chang@sunmoon.ac.kr
Received: October 13, 2016;  Accepted: January 4, 2017.  Published online: January 4, 2017.
 The purpose of this study is to examine on the effects of 12 weeks combined exercised on physical fitness, Irisin and BNDF in white-collar women workers who are sedentary lifestyles.
In this study, there were controlled groups and exercise group: one was composed of women who had no regular exercise program and sedentary lifestyle (n=20: age range: 37.4±8.0, height: 160.2±4.2cm, weight: 56.5±9.6kg), the other was made of white-collar women who had combined exercise, no muscular skeletal disease, same lifestyle (n=19: age range: 39.1±4.4, height: 162.3±4.3cm, weight: 61.7±5.6kg), totally 39 women were participated in this study. Combined exercises were composed of aerobic exercise, resistance exercise, flexibility, and balance exercise: Conducting mid-level exercise with 65% O2max consumption, 3 times a week, and 80 minutes for 12 weeks. For certifying the purpose of this study, calculate the average and standard deviation of every variant using descriptive statistics and apply two-way repeated measures ANOVA for interaction between groups and timing.
Key words: White-collar woman workers; Conbined exercise; Physical fitness; Irisin; BDNF
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