Comparing of Long Bout and Short Bouts of Similar Volume of Walking in Obese on Weight Loss During a Weight Loss Program
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The purpose of this present study is to determine if a daily walking program of 50 continuous minutes (long bout) or two 25-minute bouts (short bouts) in similar volume on body weight, abdominal fat mass deposition and cardiometabolic measures in overweight and obese women receiving a low calorie diet for 24 weeks.
Condition or disease
Behavioral: Diet+ short term versus long -term physical activity
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 45 Years (Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Must have Body mass index (BMI) between 27-35 kg/ m².
were sedentary (reported exercising <20 min/d for the previous 6 month) and healthy
Must be able to have moderate exercise.
Must be interested to have weight loss.
Participating in a research project involving weight loss or physical activity in the previous six months.
Pregnancy or lactation during the previous 6 months, or planned pregnancy in the next six months.
Taking medication that could affect metabolism or change body weight.
Report heart problems, chest pain, and cancer within the last five years.
Diagnosis of any chronic disease such as fatty liver, cancer, chemo/radio therapy, heart disease, immune compromised conditions, abnormal thyroid hormone level.