Jsep Sbu

Jsep Sbu
Shahid Beheshti University | SBU · Faculty of Sport Sciences and Health. Department of Biological Sciences in Sport

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Original Article Abstract Purpose: The liver is one of the most sensitive tissues targeted by exercise-induced oxidative stress, and hepatic aminotransferases are critical indicators for determining liver cell damage; Therefore, the present study aimed to compare the effect of eight weeks of TRX and traditional resistance training on some liver enz...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Mitophagy can assist in mitochondrial quality control. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of training on mitochondrial mitophagy factors in obese male rats. Methods: In this experimental study, 40 male rats (weight 120±20 g) after inducing obesity with high fat diet (for 10 weeks), eight rats from...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: today, the record is one of the major concerns of coaches in competitive swimming. Therefore, finding the proportional type of resistance training as an essential factor affecting physical fitness and performance , is highly important. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of four weeks total bod...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: The aim of the present study was to investigated the effect of 8 weeks of continuous and high intensity intermval swimming on chemerin levels in liver and visceral fat tissues and insulin resistance in rats with metabolic syndrome. Methods: After induction of mice, to the metabolic syndrome, for the program perfor...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Nearly 2.5 million people worldwide have multiple sclerosis, a chronic neuro-inflammatory disease of the brain and spinal cord that is a common cause of severe physical disability in young people, especially women. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of forced and voluntary training befo...
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Purpose: The metabolic benefits from each individual exercise session (in land vs. water condition) designated for trained diabetic patients remain to be evaluated. The aim of this study was to invesigate blood glucose, FFA, insulin, ANP and epinepherin levels during land vs. water cycling session and also following early post exercise recovery per...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Exercise is a powerful driver for reducing the complications of diabetes. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of progressive resistance training on the expression of brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene in the hippocampus and serum changes of TNF α in Wistar diabetic rats. Methods: For thi...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Angiogenesis refers to the formation of new blood vessels from existing vessels, which is an important event in various physiological processes. In this study, the role of exercise along with the consumption of cinnamon bark extract on the expression of important genes in angiogenesis in diabetic male rats was exa...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: One of the changes that occurs in the vascular structure of skeletal muscle during exercise to resolving stress is the process of angiogenesis that has been considered by researchers. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of 6-week resistance training with different Time under Tension (TUT) on...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Recently, the use of resistance training with restricted blood flow (BFR) has been recommended as an alternative to heavy resistance training for middle-aged and elderly people. Therefore, the aim of this research was to determine the effect of resistance training with and without BFR on levels of anabolic and cat...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemia and plays an important role in the development of cardiac apoptosis. Evidence suggests that exercise can affect some of the signaling pathways associated with apoptosis. Evidence suggests that exercise can affect some of the apoptosis-related signalin...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: The present study was undertaken to explore the effects of exercise training and creatine supple-mentation interaction on insulin resistance and glucose tolerance in obese male rats. Methods: 50 male Wistar rats (weigh; 160 ± 15 g) were randomly divided into five groups. Control, High-fat Diet, High-Fat Diet plus...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: little is known about the concomitant effects of HIIT and Q10 supplementation in modification of the mitochondorial biogenesis and function in obesity conditions. The aim of this study was to investigate the concomitant effects of HIIT and Q10 supplementation on soleus muscle mitochondorial content as well as NRF2...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: An imbalance in the production of PGC-1α and myokines impairs the energy expenditure, increases adipocyte and develops metabolic pathologies, but physical exercise is able to regulate the secretion of myokines through PGC-1α. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of eight weeks of high-intensity interva...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is strongly associated with altered levels of inflam-matory cytokines and increased metabolic abnormalities. In this study, the effect of combined training on serum concentrations of proinflammatory cytokines interleukin 18 (IL18), anti-inflammatory interleukin 10 (IL10) a...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Depending on the intensity and duration of activity, aerobic exercise leads to changes in hemo-dynamic factors and the hemostatic system in hypertensive patients, which can be expected to change if blood flow is restricted during exercise. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to investigate the response...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Making changes and fluctuations in the training components compared to repetitive training can lead to more motor learning based on the principles of system self-organization. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of differential and traditional training methods on electromyographic changes of...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: The effects of exercise adaptation on improving the purine nucleotides components are inevitable , and physical activity improves the purine nucleotide salvage pathway. The impact of different training methods, especially the very high intensity exercise and very short bouts and short training periods is not well...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Due to the intervals' nature of soccer, the aim of this study was to evaluate intermittent protocol of incremental laboratory test in measuring the physiological parameters of soccer players. Methods: Eighteen young soccer players (Mean ± SD; age 16.78 ± 0.78 years, weight 61.33 ± 9.44 kg, height 177 ± 6.75 Cm) vo...
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Original Article Abstract Purpose: Endothelial dysfunction is the fastest symptom of vascular dysfunction in obese individuals also the onset of pre-hypertension development and along with lipid profiles can lead to dangerous cardiovas-cular diseases. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of eight weeks circuit resistance training (C...

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