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The Effects Form Resistance Training on Bone Marrow Fat Content of Obese Men of 45 to 55 Years Old in Dazhou City

DOI: 10.12677/APS.2015.34013, PP. 85-89

Keywords: 抗阻训练,骨髓脂肪,核磁共振成像
Resistance Training
, Bone Marrow Fat, Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Many studies have shown that bone marrow fat content was negatively related to the hyperplasia of blood, and as the growth of the age of the bone marrow fat percentage increases gradually, this paper mainly discusses the effects of resistance training on bone marrow fat content of middle- aged obese men. Studies: 11 obese men of 45 to 55 years old volunteered to participate in the study. Methods: Magnetic resonance imaging was used for testing lumbar vertebrae 2-4. Results: After 4-week exercise intervention, bone marrow fat content of the resistance training group significantly reduced, while the control group had no significant change. Conclusions: The resistance training reduced the BMI as well as the bone marrow fat content; resistance training can be a feasible and effective training way for activating hematopoiesis.


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