Effect of a 12-Week Low vs. High Intensity Aerobic Exercise Training on Appetite-Regulating Hormones in Obese Adolescents: A Randomized Exercise Intervention Study.

@article{Prado2015EffectOA,
  title={Effect of a 12-Week Low vs. High Intensity Aerobic Exercise Training on Appetite-Regulating Hormones in Obese Adolescents: A Randomized Exercise Intervention Study.},
  author={Wagner Luiz do Prado and Mara Cristina Lofrano-Prado and Lila Missae Oyama and Michelle Cardel and Priscyla Praxedes Gomes and Maria Laura Siqueira de Souza Andrade and Camila Rodrigues Menezes Freitas and P Babu Balagopal and James O Hill},
  journal={Pediatric exercise science},
  year={2015},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={510-7}
}
Little is known about how the intensity of aerobic training influences appetite-regulating hormones in obese adolescents. Our goal was to assess the effect of low and high intensity aerobic trainings on food intake and appetite-regulating hormones in obese adolescents. Forty three obese adolescents (age: 13-18y, BMI: 34.48 ± 3.94 kg/m2) were randomized into high intensity training (HIT; n = 20) or low intensity training (LIT; n = 23) groups for 12 weeks. All participants also received the same… CONTINUE READING
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