The Effect of a Short-Term High-Intensity Circuit Training Program on Work Capacity, Body Composition, and Blood Profiles in Sedentary Obese Men: A Pilot Study

@inproceedings{Miller2014TheEO,
  title={The Effect of a Short-Term High-Intensity Circuit Training Program on Work Capacity, Body Composition, and Blood Profiles in Sedentary Obese Men: A Pilot Study},
  author={Matthew Braden Miller and Gregory E. P. Pearcey and Farrell Cahill and Heather Lee McCarthy and Shane B. D. Stratton and Jennifer C. Noftall and Steven Buckle and Fabien A Basset and Guang Sun and Duane C. Button},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
The objective of this study was to determine how a high-intensity circuit-training (HICT) program affects key physiological health markers in sedentary obese men. Eight obese (body fat percentage >26%) males completed a four-week HICT program, consisting of three 30-minute exercise sessions per week, for a total of 6 hours of exercise. Participants' heart rate (HR), blood pressure (BP), rating of perceived exertion, total work (TW), and time to completion were measured each exercise session… CONTINUE READING
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