International Journal of Advanced Research in Medicine
2020, Vol. 2, Special Issue 2, Part A
Effect of high intensity intermittent exercise on Cardiometabolic Parameters in Obese Individuals
Author(s): Dr. Lakshmipathirao Reddy and Dr. Manila Jain
Abstract:Background with Method: The current study clarifies the cardiometabolic health effects of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in adults.
Method: Study was classified by interventional and interval of exercise and BMI. Subjects were divided into obese and non-obese. Blood sample were taken for glucose levels and lipid profile.
Result: Outcomes were measured after 12 weeks of training. The result showed significantly improvement in blood glucose level and lipid profile ;( p<0.01). The cardiometabolic parameters also showed significant improvement in SBP, DBP, HR ;( p<0.01).
Conclusion: Findings of the present study indicates that HIIT may be an effective training protocol for improving VO2 max, cardiometabolic risk factors such as WC, % body fat, resting HR, SBP, DBP and fasting glucose in overweight populations. In overweigh, performing HIIT results in significant, positive, physiological editions that improve cardiometabolic health and may reduce the development and development of disease-related risk factors that are associated with overweight and low aerobic fitness. However, whether these metabolic adaptations following HIIT is favourable to normal weight populations still needs further scrutiny. HIIT may serve as a time-efficient additional or as a compliment to commonly recommended MICT in improving cardiometabolic health. Health practioners are advised to recommend HIIT performed for 12 weeks as part of their exercise programme to improve cardiorespiratory fitness and to reduce body fat in overweight/ obese populations.