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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.11.NQ66087

THE RESPONSE OF PLASMA ADROPIN LEVELS AND INSULIN RESISTANCE INDEX TO HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING IN SEDENTARY MEN

DavarRezaeimanesh

Abstract

Adropin is one of the peptide hormones that plays a role in energy homeostasis, metabolic adaptation, adjustment of insulin sensitivity and obesity. Therefore, in this study, the response of plasma adropin levels and insulin resistance index to High Intensity Interval Training in Sedentary men was investigated. In this paper, 22 inactive menaged 21-27 years were randomly classified into two groups of experimental (n=11) and control(n=11). The eight-week training program inthe experimental group included high intensity interval training (HIIT)under amaximum intensity of 90% heart rate via three sessions per week. Then,blood sampling was performed to measure the serum adropin, insulin, and fasting glucose before and after the intervention. In this paper, the paired-t and independent-t statistical tests were employed atP<0.05.The comparison between thegroups indicated that the values of adropin and insulin resistance index did not change significantly in the post-test of the experimental groupcompared to the control group (P>0.05). Moreover,the intra-group changes inadropin, insulin resistance index and BMI revealeda significant difference inthe meanbefore and after the experimental group (P<0.05). Furthermore,regarding the relationship of adropin with insulin resistance and their HIIT effectiveness, adropin may play an essential role in weight control as well as prevention of type 2-diabetes in inactive people.

Keywords

Adropin, Glucose, Insulin, Insulin resistance index

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