Cross Sectional Analytical Study of Effects of Resistance Training on the Improvement of Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility & Muscular Endurance in Adults
Keywords:Muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscle strength, Resistance Training
Resistant training is one of the most important way of workouts which is seeking attention in modern days exercise patterns. Such training is also associated with reduction in the risk of hypertension and allied metabolic diseases especially in population served by sedentary lifestyle. Thus the present study was designed to examine the effects of 3 months to 1 year resistance training on cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance and physical fitness which enables us to confirm changes in performances in adults. On successful completion of training it was observed that significant increase in strength, power and working abilities of participants enrolled. Major gain of the study was seen in participants aging 30-39years. This finding of the present study clearly demarcates the benefit of starting the resistance training at an earlier age is always favourable. Hence we conclude that in health promotion of resistance training more emphasis should be targeted to the population groups with lower physical activity levels who are at maximum risk of having cardiovascular and obesity like diseases.
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