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Hasanvand B, Karami K, Khodadi A, Valipour M. Impact determination of strength and resistance training on Glycoside hemoglobin and blood sugar on patients with type II diabetes”. yafte 2011; 13 (3) :75-81
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, Faculty of Health, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences,Khorramabad,Iran,
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Background : This study determined the impact of strength and resistance training on hemoglobin Glycoside and glucose in type II diabetic patients in Khorramabad in 2009. Materials and Methods: This quasi-experimental study was carried out on 30 men with type 2 diabetes referred to laboratories in Khorramabad, selected by screening and interview and purposeful sampling . After the subjects completed questionnaires of medical records and written consent, they were randomly divided into three groups: endurance training, strength and control groups. Conditions for participants were: over 30 years of age, blood sugar 150-250, the absence of any other chronic disease and history of sports last three months, stroke, hypertension, diabetes and severe complications . Before training, the subjects were fasting for 8-12 hours and then blood sampling was performed. Strength training and endurance for 8 weeks under coach concerned were applied. Strength training includes 10 motions for muscles and for each move three to four sets and sets of 10 to 12 repeats were considered and the principle of overload followed during the eight weeks . Endurance exercise was running on a treadmill machine with a maximum heart rate 60%. Ten subjects in the control group followed and performed the recommendations till end of the study. After the eight-week training period, post test (blood test) done. Data were analyzed using SPSS statistical software.T pairs was used to compare means(Pre test, Post test). Results: 29 subjects in three groups of exercises were conducted until the end. Average age, weight, BMI and the amount of drug in the three groups showed no significant difference statistically (p=0/76). Reduction in glaciated hemoglobin before and after the endurance test, showed significant differences (p =0/02 ). Conclusion: This study shows that endurance training reduces Glycoside hemoglobin levels, the amount of strength training, although it did not significantly reduce, the strength training appears to cause more significant changes.
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Received: 2011/12/6 | Accepted: 2021/09/12 | Published: 2011/12/15

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