Chang Bin Yang's research while affiliated with National Dong Hwa University and other places

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This study examined the effects of one single bout daily versus triple bouts of resistance exercise for 12 weeks on muscular strength and anaerobic performance of the upper body. Twenty young male adults (age: 22.0 ± 1.0 years, bench press: 44.0 ± 10.3 kg) were randomly assigned to a single bout (SB) or triple bouts (TB) of resistance exercise grou...
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Background Sweet cassava tubers have abundant carbohydrates consisting of monosaccharides and polysaccharides. In addition, polysaccharides extracted from plants improve sports performance, according to recent studies. We therefore examined whether the administration of sweet cassava polysaccharides (SCPs) benefited endurance performance in rats M...
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We investigated the effects of different exercise intensities on C-reactive protein (CRP), and whether changes in CRP levels correlated with blood lipid levels. Ten men exercised at 25%, 65%, and 85% of their maximum oxygen consumption rates. Participants' blood was analyzed for CRP and blood lipid levels before and after the exercise sessions. Alt...
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LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese. Purpose: In this study, we examined different regular exercisers’ abdominal fat distribution and relationships between serum leptin levels and the abdominal fat distribution. In addition, determining whether the waist (WC) and hip circumferences (HC) were related to the abdominal f...

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... In regards to practical applications, increased maximal strength can improve running speed, explosive power potential, and other anaerobic sport performance factors (Cronin et al., 2000;Ross et al., 2009;Shiau et al., 2018) [19,20,21] in athletes and non-athletes alike. The beneficial effect of maximal strength training can be seen in as little as eight weeks, and has seen successful utilization by even long-distance runners and competitive swimmers (Storen et al., 2008;Strass, 1988) [22,23]. ...
... The experimental design of this study was adapted from Tsao et al. 2012. 30 Figure 1 shows the experimental design. Volunteers were assessed in the laboratory during five different sessions that were performed in the morning to avoid circadian variations in hormonal concentrations and physical performance. ...