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THE EFFECT OF ELEMENTARY SWIMMING TRAINING ON OXIDIZED LDL AND LIPID PROFILE IN HYPERTENSIVE POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN

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 Start Page 81 | End Page 89

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 The aim of the present study was to determine the effect of the elementary SWIMMING TRAINING, oxidized LDL (ox-LDL) and LIPID PROFILE in hypertensive POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN (age 50-65). For this purpose 34 Females (weigh=76.9±1.4 kg, vo2max=32.86±0.6 ml/kg/min, body fat=28.5±1.3, height=157.6±0.8 cm and BMI=28.9±10.3 kg/m2) were voluntarily chosen and divided in to two groups randomly: control and training group. The Participations of the training group were asked not to take any medicine during the investigation time and for 5 out of all of them who had high and variable blood pressure were prescribed to take half of their routine medicine amount and then training group were exposed to the elementary SWIMMING TRAINING for 8 weeks and 4 days per week. The programs of the elementary SWIMMING TRAINING were composed of front crawl foot, back crawl foot and back crawl swimming which accompanied with 60-70 percent maximum heart rates. The programs was started with 50 minutes from the second week on, every week 2 minute were added to the time amount allocated for the elementary swimming practices. Data were analyzed using numerical test independent T. result shows that the elementary SWIMMING TRAINING caused a significant decreased in the OX-LDL (p=0.003) and significant increased in Vo2max(p=0.001) while there were no significant difference in LDL-c(p=0.2) and HDLc (p=0.07).We conclude that elementary SWIMMING TRAINING decrease the OX-LDL in hypertensive POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN.

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