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Body Image Perception of Women Throughout Menstrual Cycle

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Effects of Resistance Training in Body Composition and Body Image Perception of Women Throughout the Menstrual Cycle

The objective of this research study is two-fold, 1) to determine if body composition and body image perception are affected through the different phases of the menstrual cycle, and 2) if an acute session of resistance training can have different effects depending on the menstrual cycle phase.

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Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Behavioral - EFP

This intervention will take place on day 4 of the participants' menstrual cycle. This will correspond to the mid-point of the early follicular phase (EFP).

Behavioral - LFP

The intervention will take place on day 8 of the participants' menstrual cycle. This will correspond to the mid-point of the late follicular phase (LFP).

Behavioral - ELP

The intervention will take place on day 18 of the participants' menstrual cycle. This will correspond to the mid-point of the early luteal phase (ELP).

Behavioral - LLP

The intervention will take place on day 25 of the participants' menstrual cycle. This will correspond to the mid-point of the late luteal phase (LLP).

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Effects of Resistance Training in Body Composition and Body Image Perception of Women Throughout the Menstrual Cycle

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NCT04038463

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