Resting leptin responses to acute and chronic resistance training in type 2 diabetic men and women

@article{Kanaley2001RestingLR,
  title={Resting leptin responses to acute and chronic resistance training in type 2 diabetic men and women},
  author={J A Kanaley and L M Fenicchia and C M Miller and LL Ploutz-Synder and RS Weinstock and Ray Carhart and J. L. Azevedo},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={1474-1480}
}
  • J A Kanaley, L M Fenicchia, +4 authors J.L. Azevedo
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    2001
  • Medicine
  • PURPOSE: To evaluate the plasma leptin levels ∼24 h post-exercise in control and type 2 diabetic subjects and to establish if observed changes in leptin concentrations were acute or chronic effects of a resistance training program.METHODS: Thirty men and women (17 controls and 13 type 2, obese diabetics, age 40–55 y) had resting blood samples drawn at 08:00 h (12 h postprandial) at the beginning of the study (pre-training), 24 h after a three repetition maximal weight lifting bout (acute) and… CONTINUE READING

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