The Effect of Sports and Diets Programs on Weight, Blood Pressure, and Biochemical Parameters of Tissue Oxygen in Aged Men
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College of Education, University of Al Qadisiyah, IRAQ
Publish date: 2018-09-07
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(5):em50
The study seeks to identify the impact of two programs, a sport program and a dietary one on weight, blood pressure and biochemical parameters of tissue oxygen. The study includes a sample of 36 of aged men. The sample is divided into three equal groups. The groups were subject to pretest measures at 9 a.m. on 29th Oct. 2016 that included height, weight, blood pressure and biochemical parameters of tissue oxygen. The first group used a sport program of 5 units per week in which the time of each unit was 45 minutes. The second group used diet program of three meals daily, 7 days in a week. The third group was the control one. The two programs continued for (9) weeks starting from 1st Nov. 2016. The posttests were conducted at 9 a.m. on 5th Jan 2017. The raw data has been treated statistically. The results showed that there are significant differences in the study variables in favor of the two experimental groups in comparison to the control one. However, there is no statistical significance between the first and the second groups due to numerical approximation.
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